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Court's Decision in Colorado Cake Case: Gays Are Customers, Too

FAMILY | By John Riley | Aug 15
The Colorado Court of Appeals on Thursday unanimously ruled that a cake shop cannot refuse service to a gay couple, pointing out the bakery is free to state its opposition but not withhold service.

No Cake for You: Handful of Counties Still Denying Marriage to Gay Couples

FAMILY | By John Riley | Jul 19
While the majority of counties across the country now appear to be in compliance with the Supreme Court's ruling, the issue will likely be revisited.

The Commandments, Restored

CULTURE | By Pier Angelo | Apr 26
"Christian" was once shorthand "trying to be a good person." Could it be again? This list of holy laws, taken right from the Bible and presented with learned commentary, is a place to start...

Sports Backlash Hits Indiana in Wake of Anti-Gay Law

SPORTS | By Roger Brigham | Apr 4
Nowhere has the reaction to Indiana's anti-gay law been more mobilized than in the national sports industry, where condemnation and calls are spreading for major amateur championships to be pulled.

In SF, Students, Parents Speak Out Against Archbishop's 'Morality' Clauses

RELIGION | Mar 21
About 500 people gathered Monday at the University of San Francisco to discuss recent proposals that Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone has unveiled that many say would alter education of students.

19 Kids and Calling: Michelle Duggar Involved with Anti-LGBT Robocall Campaign

RELIGION | By Bobby McGuire | Aug 20
Michelle Duggar, star of the TLC's "19 Kids and Counting" leant her voice to a homophobic and transphobic robocall campaign aimed to put pressure on council members in Fayetteville Arkansas to cast their vote against a nondiscrimination ordinance.

Report Exposes Deceptions by the Religious Right

RELIGION | By Chuck Colbert | Jul 19
Surprise, surprise, surprise: The Religious Right is full of lies! A new report highlights a stepped-up shift in strategy and tactics as anti-LGBT activists claim they're the ones being oppressed.

ENDA Support Falters; GOP Backers Dig In

POLITICS | By Justin Snow | Jul 17
After legislation that would prohibit most cases of LGBT workplace discrimination witnessed an exodus of support from several major LGBT-rights groups earlier this week, Republican backers vowed to push forward.

Are Evangelicals Changing Their Minds on Marriage Equality?

CULTURE | Jul 12
Evangelical attitudes are slowly softening on the issue of gay marriage. Or are they? While some are seeing the light, others are clinging to prejudice.

Interfaith Leaders Ask Obama to Not Include Religious Exemption in Executive Order

RELIGION | By Bobby McGuire | Jul 9
On Tuesday, 100 interfaith leaders signed a letter to President Barack Obama, asking him not to include a religious exemption in the executive order he plans to enact that will bar anti-LGBT workplace discrimination for government contractors.

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