Remembering Edie Windsor, the Dynamo Whose Case Paved the Way for Legal Same-Sex Marriage in the US

On this week’s Big Time Dicks, we take a break from focusing on the cabal of living nightmares running the country and focus instead on the legacy of gay rights icon Edie Windsor. Windsor, who died last week at 88 years old, helped lay the foundation for the legalization of same-sex marriage in America.

Trump Administration Urges Supreme Court to Rule in Favor of Baker Who Wouldn't Sell Wedding Cake to Gay Couple

On Thursday, the Justice Department filed a brief on behalf of Jack Phillips, a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for gay couple Charlie Craig and David Mullins in 2012 on the grounds that doing so would violate his religious beliefs, hence freedom, the Washington Post reports. The case will be judged by the…

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…

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.

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…