1. “There’s a whole lot of groups now, that are on the religious right, rethinking their Christian witness about what it means to be good to our gay neighbors. Jesus, or whoever your faith figure is, would not be standing up for the idea that a person should never have a place to live, or not have a job, or a livelihood, or a way to support their families.” The Atlantic explores whether states can protect LGBT rights without compromising religious freedom.
3. “We refuse to comply with the misogyny endemic to the transgender agenda. We recognize the ontological and biological dignity of the female. We believe in science and we believe in facts and there is little more empirically obvious than one’s sex. Being a female is an objective reality and we refuse to insult women by ignoring such self-evident truth.” Oklahoma Wesleyan University president Everett Piper on how he’s “proud” the college requested a Title IX exemption to discriminate against LGBT students on religious grounds.