Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden Both Gave Pro Transgender Rights Speeches This Weekend

On Saturday, at a Washington breakfast hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, Vice President Joe Biden and prospective President Hillary Clinton both gave impassioned speeches in support of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans—and our stalwart veep managed to squeeze in a rock solid republican diss, too. »10/04/15 9:58pmSunday 9:58pm

Failed Senate Contender Suffers Psychotic Break While Ranting Against Gay Rights, Waves Tampon 

Kathleen Tonn is many things: She’s a failed Senate contender, she’s a fan of slouchy hats, she’s a prop enthusiast, and she’s also completely and irrevocably mad, as can be seen from her wonderful testimony at an an assembly meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, during which she vehemently protested non-discrimination. No… »9/16/15 7:20pm9/16/15 7:20pm

Kim Davis's Kentucky Is for Lovers: I Got Gay Married in Morehead 

Less than a mile from the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk’s office, where Kim Davis had made her last stand against gay marriage, my partner and I picked out wedding cupcakes at Artsy Tartsy, a bakery that also happens to sell home decor and children’s dresses. On the table in front of us, still in its protective brown… »9/16/15 11:20am9/16/15 11:20am

No One's Ever Been Dedicated to Not Doing Their Job Quite Like County Clerk Kim Davis 

Kim Davis, the county clerk who’s been married four times but has steadfastly refused to allow same-sex couples marriage licenses because “that searing act of validation would forever echo in her conscience,” has once again been told to STFU and do the job she was elected to do. And, once again, she is refusing. »9/01/15 12:00pm9/01/15 12:00pm

SC Attorney General to Pay All Legal Costs in Lost Gay Marriage Case

A federal judge has ordered South Carolina’s Attorney General to take a seat and pay all of the court and legal fees associated with a case challenging the state’s ban on gay marriage. Alan Wilson, the AG who’s now saddled with a whopping $135,000 in legal fees is investigating the ruling to see what his office should… »8/11/15 3:05pm8/11/15 3:05pm

Republicans Propose 'Religious Freedom' Law in Wake of Gay Marriage

In the wake of both the Supreme Court’s recent ruling and the debacle that occurred in Indiana when the state government attempted to allow businesses to discriminate on the basis of religious freedom, moderate republicans are beginning to recognize that gay marriage isn’t going anywhere. But not everyone’s happy… »7/20/15 1:50pm7/20/15 1:50pm

Russia Created an Official 'Straight Pride' Flag to Combat 'Gay Fever'

Russia, a country with absolutely nothing else to worry about, has decided to double down on being a human-rights-violating monstrosity of a place for anyone who isn’t straight or pretending to be: The country’s ruling class—to be clear, not a fringe group, but Putin allies Russia United—has unveiled a new flag… »7/09/15 3:30pm7/09/15 3:30pm

Patrick Stewart Backs Irish Bakery That Refused to Decorate 'Gay Cake'

During an interview with BBC’s Newsnight, Patrick Stewart defended an Irish bakery who refused to decorate a cake to say “Support Gay Marriage,” due to their religious beliefs. The actor called it “a deliciously difficult subject” because he found himself on the side of the bakers. “I would support their rights to… »6/06/15 4:30pm6/06/15 4:30pm

Insufferable Teen Vine Star Blames AIDS on 'Fags'

Nash Grier, a teenage Vine star who earlier this year made a mockery of your film studies degree by inking a movie deal, has offered a tepid apology for posting a video to the web wherein he blamed the spread of AIDS on "fags." Color me surprised that a kid whose art is characterized by hacky jokes about women and… »7/08/14 11:30am7/08/14 11:30am