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Once again, LGBT-friendly community attracts violence from the outside.
Ahead of the World Congress of Families conference, the Southern Poverty Law Center in collaboration with Ipas and Political Research Associates has complied research on the event, its origins and just what it means for the anti-LGBT right in the United States.
Houstonians go to the polls Nov. 3, where they’ll be voting for a mayor and also on whether to repeal the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO; PDF may not load in some browsers), which far-right anti-LGBT groups have depicted as a license for male predators posing as women to invade public rest rooms.
The World Congress of Families (WCF) is one of the key driving forces behind the U.S. Religious Right’s global export of homophobia and sexism.
This weekend, the tenth annual Values Voter Summit (VVS) will take place at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. The event, put on by a number of anti-LGBT hate groups features anti-Muslim and anti-LGBT activists prominently this year.
Kim Davis isn’t the first person the Liberty Counsel has encouraged to defy the law and disobey a court’s orders.
In a further escalation of tensions, members of the antigovernment Oath Keepers have joined the media circus surrounding a Kentucky anti-LGBT clerk's defiance of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage.
It’s difficult these days to find supporters of so-called “reparative” or “conversion” therapy, a practice that is claimed to change gay people to straight. After all, the practice has been widely discredited and is opposed by all leading professional medical and psychological associations in the country.