Kim Riggins: Freedom from religion: Part 1

Not long ago, a baker in Oregon refused to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian couple. Following on the heels of this, a pizzeria in Indiana stated it would refuse to cater a same-sex wedding. As much as I love p...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, April 6

1. From the Bad Timing Department, a newly elected lawmaker in Louisiana proposed a “religious freedom” bill on Friday. 2. From the Great Timing Department, the issue of “religious freedom” and LGBT discrimi...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, March 13

1. “There is no rational reason for the discrimination that Florida inflicts on married couples.” ACLU and eight gay couples sue the state of Florida over same-sex marriage ban. 2. Lambda Legal is filing a f...
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[Video] New single ‘Ain’t No Homos Going to Make It to Heaven’ drops at Indiana church

A four-year old boy who loves singing in church knew he had a hit on his hands when he sang 'Ain't No Homos Going to Make It to Heaven' during a recent service at Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Indiana.

Not only did the adults applaud as he sang that catchy line about homos not going to heaven, they also stood up and cheered loudly, proud that they had recruited a new member to their gay-hating flock.

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LGBT Equality: A week to remember

What a week.

On Wednesday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Department of Justice would no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court. The administration believes that Section 3 of DOMA, which defines marriage as a union between “a man and a woman” and “spouse” as an opposite sex person, is unconstitutional. The importance of this message coming from the president can’t be overstated.

Recent rulings in circuit court cases have found Section 3 to be unconstitutional, as well. There are several cases making their way through the legal system that challenge the law's muster, in particular, whether Section 3 violates the constitutional right to due process.