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GA. Senate OK's Religious Freedom Bill Feared By LGBT Groups

By Kathleen Foody | Mar 6
The Georgia Senate gave decisive approval Thursday to a contentious "religious freedom" bill - one of a wave of measures surfacing in at least a dozen states that critics say could provide legal cover for discrimination against gays and transgender people

Pat Robertson Tells Viewer to Blow Off Her Gay Kid's Wedding

By EDGE | Mar 6
Pat Robertson told a viewer Thursday that their gay child was splitting up their marriage and they shouldn't attend their upcoming wedding.

Do Thin Mints Cause Lesbianism? One Christian Radical Thinks So

By EDGE | Mar 5
Could the sale of Tagalongs, Thin Mints and Somoas lead to a lifetime of Toshi Reagon songs, flannel shirts and WPGA tournaments?

Mormon Church Backs Utah LGBT Anti-Discrimination Bill

By Michelle L. Price | Mar 4
Utah lawmakers introduced a landmark anti-discrimination bill Wednesday that protects LGBT individuals while also carving out protections for the Boy Scouts of America and religious groups.

Debunked 'Ex-Terrorist' Claims Radical Islam Leads to Gay Rights

By EDGE | Mar 4
A Christian self-purported "ex-terrorist" claims that radical Islam leads to gay rights, cannibalism and more.

Religious Objection to NC Gay Marriage Leads to Bill Debate

Mar 4
The state House is quickly taking up Senate legislation giving North Carolina magistrates and other judicial workers the ability to refuse to carry out duties for same-sex marriages due to their religious objections.

FDNY Getting Its First Lesbian Chaplain

Mar 3
New York City's fire department is getting a new chaplain.

Vatican Whodunit: What Happened To Books On Marriage?

By Nicole Winfield | Feb 28
A whodunit is making the rounds at the Vatican. The publisher of a book on traditional Catholic marriage is crying foul, saying someone apparently swiped upward of 100 copies of the book from the Vatican mailboxes of bishops.

Anti-Israel Divestment Push Gains Traction At US Colleges

By Rachel Zoll | Feb 28
In the United States, Israel's closest ally, the decade-old boycott-divestment-sanctions, or BDS, movement is making its strongest inroads by far on college campuses.

Vatican Whodunit: What Happened to Books on Marriage?

By Nicole Winfield | Feb 27
A whodunit is making the rounds at the Vatican.

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