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Fixer Upper Pastor Joins Washington Watch with Tony Perkins

WASHINGTON, Dec. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Yesterday, Jimmy Seibert, founder and senior pastor of Antioch Community Church and pastor to HGTV’s Chip and Joanna Gaines,  366 more words

SOGI at the UN

At the 2016 World Conference of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association in Bangkok, Thailand, the first-ever United Nations independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity (UN IE SOGI), Professor Vitit Muntarbhorn, recognized the importance of the interconnectedness of international non-governmental organizations as he discussed the UN mandate on SOGI to provide more oversight on ensuring protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. 477 more words

LGBT Rights

Our New Reality? More Like Same Old, Same Old

Okay. So I have waited a little while to write down my thoughts regarding the 2016 Presidential Election, AKA the day hate trumped love or, as I like to call it, … 1,497 more words

LGBT Rights

You say you want a revolution? (Review)

Review: You say you want a revolution? At the V&A, London.

The title of the newest exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London comes from the… 1,259 more words


Bed and Breakfast and LGBT Rights - Who's Treading on Who?

Recently, there has been a spate of cases regarding LGBT couples and bed and breakfast/hotels getting into legal disputes. The main issue in all of these cases has been that the venues have refused service to LGBT people because they are LGBT on religious grounds. 1,213 more words

Current Affairs

The problem with Loose Women and their "gay best friends"

On back of the controversial topic on ITV’s ‘Loose Women’ Dónal Murray-Ferris answers the question- should every woman have a gay best friend?

Late last week when browsing Facebook I came across this article that had been shared by quite a few of my Facebook friends. 728 more words


A Harvard study confirms LGBT people are more likely to come out where same-sex marriage is legal

Across the US, many LGBT people are still afraid to openly express their sexuality, and government policy can have a direct impact on whether they are comfortable taking that step. 488 more words