Randy Thomas, a U.S. citizen born in the state of Tennessee, was one of the fierce opponents of marriage between people of the same sex, but then decided to marry himself. The active struggle against homosexuals came to that part of Randy’s life when he was vice president of Exodus International.
The former wife of Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is a good example of how extremely wealthy people should spend their money. Last year, MacKenzie Scott has given $1.7 billion to charity, including racial, gender equality as well as climate change. Among other causes, she has donated $46 million to LGBT+.
A historic gay bar located in Laguna Beach, California was attacked last week. Several bottles filled with what seemed to be an accelerant were thrown to destroy the hangout. The owner thinks it was made on purpose and views the incident as a hate crime.
Have you ever heard of Ketchikan? This Alaska town is famous for the world’s biggest compilation of Native American totem poles. But there is another good reason why Ketchikan is in the public eye now. The city stood up against discrimination after a local business had turned a homosexual couple away.
Parental influence is extremely important for children’s healthy development. A child’s feelings, experiences, thoughts, and sexual identity need to be understood and accepted by the closest ones. Unfortunately, LGBT+ people may have problems when it comes to parental acceptance.
If someone is looking for a reason for hatred, they will find it even in Christmas shows. This is exactly what happened to the far-right evangelical Christian association, called One Million Moms, as today its members are unhappy with Hallmark’s future movies, devoted to the festival.
In Arizona, same-sex couples haven’t been represented in adoptions by the county attorney for years. Luckily, that’s changing before our eyes.
Although football is the most popular sport in the United Kingdom, it definitely lacks diversity, especially at the highest levels of operations. Moreover, football fan culture still remains to be cleared from homophobic slogans and abuse. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and it seems the UK government has already taken that tiny step.
Promising news for the LGTB community in Mexico! The latest court battle over marriage equality will be a big moment for the whole country. Mexico’s Supreme Court’s verdict can become epoch-making if it decides that states can’t keep their restrictions on same-sex marriages.
Elena Lis and Georgy Mazurashou, deputies from the “Servant of the People” party, have registered a bill that imposes fines for propaganda of homosexuality or transgenderism.