The Little Sisters of the Poor have lost their battle against the Affordable Care Act’s birth control coverage requirement. The Sisters, a religious nonprofit, claimed they were forced to be “complicit” in delivering birth control to their employees by having to opt out of it. In their order, the 10th U.S. Circuit… »
Encouraging high schoolers isn’t the easiest job in the world. But, rule of thumb, papering the school with lists of what “Black and Latina Girls Should Know” and including things like “wearing too much makeup looks like a clown” likely won’t go over so well.
Students at Denver's South High School staged a walkout in solidarity with protesters across the country on Monday. »
In what is perhaps one of the stranger stories which involves discrimination against a gay individual, a gay bar in Denver, Colorado has been ruled by state regulators to have discriminated against a gay man in drag by refusing to allow him to enter dressed as a woman. »
Unfortunately, it seems like the authorities patrolling the rabbit-infested parking lots at the Denver International Airport will be forced to call on Brother Maynard to deploy the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch. It's either that or motorists will have to start buying massive quantities of coyote urine to keep hordes of… »
Carmen Tisch, the 36-year-old Colorado woman who notably punched, scratched, and rubbed her butt against a $30-million Clyfford Styl painting in a Denver museum, has been sentenced to two years of probation and will have to undergo mental health treatment because the justice system does not understand performance art.… »
A major retrospective of Yves Saint Laurent's work opened this week in Denver. It covers everything from the designer's early years at Christian Dior, to his appropriation of elements of men's wear and fascination with androgyny, to his long-standing relationships with muses like Betty Catroux, Catherine Deneuve, and… »