Steve Green says the aim is to educate, not evangelize. But skeptics call the project a Christian ministry disguised as a museum.
In a striking collection of underground poetry written by Afghan women—and punctuated by photographs from the women's lives—voices that are often silenced speak out about topics as varied as the Taliban, American occupation, sex, poverty, domestic abuse, marriage, Guantanamo and George W. Bush.
Because the Democratic Unionists, the largest party in Northern Ireland's devolved Parliament, exercised a voting mechanism to veto the vote, same-sex marriage backers are now expected to turn to the courts.
Continuing his reform streak from within the Vatican's highest post, Pope Francis on Tuesday announced that he is taking steps to make marriage annulment a less complex, pricey and fraught process for Catholics than it historically has been.
You may have heard that gay marriage is legal, for now, deep in the heart of Dixie. Redneck News' own Jeremy Todd Addaway reports that, outside of the squirrel population, Alabama is pretty much the same.
By deciding not to decide, the Supreme Court may have decided: If history is a guide, same-sex marriage will soon be the law of the land.
How far would you go to stay out of jail? Would you publicly humiliate your wife of 38 years, portraying her as some kind of shrieking harridan? Would you put the innermost secrets of your marriage on display, inviting voyeurs to rummage at will?
The new independent film "Love Is Strange" by director Ira Sachs is getting rave reviews.