An Augusta State University graduate student is suing the university over allegations that school officials are requiring her to go through a remediation program after she claimed homosexuality is a behavioral choice.
Did you ever wonder why when something happens to one of our folks in the community it is almost always followed by stories that discredit the victim?
Remember Matthew Shepard? The child was not warm yet in the arms of God when the stories started circulating he may have set himself up for being tied to a fence, tortured and murdered.
Remember the fella who got beat up leaving one of our gay watering holes? It didn’t take long for stories to get started that his behavior may have led to his beating.
Jennifer Knapp, a Grammy nominated, Dove Award winning Christian recording star, has just released “Letting Go” – her first recording in nine years. She is currently touring and will be a performer on the 2010 Lilith Fair tour at shows in St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri.
Knapp recently talked with the Georgia Voice about her former career as a Christian performer, her seven-year hiatus in Australia and her return to the music scene as an out lesbian.
“8: The Mormon Proposition” opened on Friday and plays for one week only in Atlanta
Gay-founded Congregation Bet Haverim celebrates 25 years