Rev. Fred Phelps Sr., the fiery founder of a small Kansas church known for outrageous and hate-filled protests, has died.
In the aftermath of the passage of Uganda's new law sanctioning severe penalties, including life in prison, for homosexual acts, a local newspaper printed a list of the country's "Top 200 Homosexuals."
A passenger refused to sit idly by on a New York City subway over the weekend when a hateful "preacher" went on a rant in which he likened gays to pedophiles and claimed that Michael Jackson died because he was a homosexual.
A look at the day's political happenings, including details on the newest version of Tennessee's "Don't Say Gay" bill and Denver's mayor channels Ray Lewis after losing an NFL playoff bet.
Actor Alec Baldwin hit back at Hank Williams Jr. after the country singer's vitriolic, hate-fueled rant against the president and homosexuals over the weekend.
A 14-year-old West Virginia radio show host is in the news after he denounced homosexuality as perverted and unnatural on his program, and blasted the likes of President Obama and Lady Gaga for "making kids gay."
In a horrific witch hunt, violent assaults against gays have followed publication in an Ugandan newspaper of an article headlined “100 Pictures of Uganda's Top Homos Leak.” The paper, called “Rolling Stone,” said it plans to continue to publish the names of gay individuals.
This is the story of George Rekers, a Baptist minister and prominent anti-gay activist who recently took a European sojourn with a young man who said, on his Rentboy.com profile, that he's "up for anything." Well, how about a trip to London and Madrid with a card-carrying member of the Christian right?
The U.S. may still have a long way to go in terms of securing the civil rights of its GLBTQ citizens, but in some other parts of the world, such as Uganda, institutionalized homophobia threatens to take a deadly form. President Barack Obama spoke out Thursday against anti-homosexual legislation currently under consideration in the African country, calling the bill "odious."
UPDATE: Snickers parent company Mars has pulled the anti-homosexual ads it was hosting on its website -- expressing regret and saying it will never air them again