The Apple CEO blasted Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Law, which could allow companies to deny service to LGBT people.
Many people “go into prison straight, and when they come out, they’re gay,” the neurosurgeon and potential Republican candidate for president argued on Wednesday. He later issued a clarification.
Nicky Morgan embraced LGBT rights on her first visit to a “Stonewall Champion” school. The education secretary also told BuzzFeed News why she regrets voting against equal marriage.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter said: “I heard from an very early age that homosexuality was a sin next to the crime of murder. So from the age of three, I knew I was down there with all the sinners and murderers and rapists.”
“Outside of Mexico, and even inside of Mexico, these advances are not widely known … but it is irreversible,” the lawyer who started the wave of cases now sweeping the country told BuzzFeed News.
A doctor had to explain that when you swallow things they do not end up in the vagina.
If convicted, the pair face dozens of years in prison. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Kwale, Kenya.
“You are an abomination. You will rot in hell.”
During a seldom-given news conference, church elders called for an end to sexuality-based discrimination and religious freedom.
A Denver pastor stopped Vanessa Collier’s funeral 15 minutes into the service because of a remembrance video showing photos of Collier and her wife kissing, according to reports.
“This part of me is different… and what if it changes the way they see me?”
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It’s that tricky old issue of British values again…
This is the most high-profile prosecution of people alleged to be gay in Egypt in more than a decade.
“God Save The Queen, And Our Hearts.”
“Pretending your girlfriend is your cousin so that your real estate agent can find you an apartment.”
“So gay people are obviously just disembodied legs?”
“[P]roviding those two girls dresses for a sanctified marriage would break God’s law,” the shop owner said.
The march took place as a strict anti-gay law is being fought over in Uganda’s highest court. There were no protesters, and the celebration was invitation-only.
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After District Court Judge Bernard Friedman found Michigan’s ban on same-sex couples’ marriage unconstitutional on March 21, dozens of couples flocked to local Courthouses to get married. Update — March 22, 5:20 p.m. ET: A federal appeals court put weddings on hold while it reviews the state’s request to stop same-sex marriages.
Appeals court decision on “heightened scrutiny” for sexual orientation claims stands, LGBT rights group says. A decision about jury selection could prove to be the key to coming legal fights.
“You finally get to be honest about what’s going on inside of you. Because it can destroy you to just keep it all in.”
Same-sex couples in Cook County, Ill., originally had to wait until June 1 to wed. But on Friday, U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman ruled that same-sex couples could marry immediately.
Cash out with pride Down Under. Bank redesigns ATMs for Sydney Mardi Gras.