Jamie R. Grosshans has ties to the powerful Alliance Defending Freedom, whose backers include senior officials in the Trump administration.
"While the reader's perspective is an important part of interpretation and meaning, it is impossible to completely divorce a work from its creator," a TikTok creator said in a video while burning "Harry Potter" books.
Eric Morrison claimed 61 percent of the vote in Tuesday's poll over fellow Democrat, Rep. Earl Jacques.
Rowling's latest novel under the "Robert Galbraith" name features a male serial killer who wears a dress to kill his female victims. Amidst all the controversy surrounding Rowling's comments about trans-people, actor Robbie Coltrane has come to her defense.
Nearly 10 percent of the U.S. queer men who said they "do not support [Trump] at all" said that they will vote for him regardless.
Chick-fil-A is unlikely to open a restaurant at the San Antonio International Airport any time soon, despite a Monday announcement from the FAA that a sanction had been lifted.
The Finnish campaign comes as Burger King is the official partner for Helsinki Pride.
Texas schools are not required to teach any form of sexual education, but those that opt-in will be required to promote abstinence-only guidelines as well as a complete evasion of any LGBTQ discussion.
Police are investigating after the body of a transgender woman was found on the rooftop of a building in Brooklyn, New York City.
Two new cast members will depict a non-binary and a transgender character in the next season of 'Star Trek: Discovery.'
The Ripple of Hope award was given to the Harry Potter author in 2019 for her "commitment to social change" through her work with her children's charity, Lumos.
The Texas English teacher has since been reinstated and is allowed to keep the posters in the virtual classroom.
Vice President Mike Pence said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would be "nothing but a Trojan horse for the radical left" if elected.
Police alleged that Damarion Tramell Degrate used a false profile on a gay dating app to find his victims.
The RNC has seen some belated attempts to rewrite the the president's record on LGBTQ issues—but the facts speak for themselves.
"The Legend of Korra," which was recently released on Netflix, ends with a romantic moment between its female leads, a moment that changed LGBTQ+ representation in cartoons forever.
A slide, allegedly taken during a diversity training session at a plant, has caused many Republicans to speak out against the tire company.
Tolerance is a two-way street.
A federal judge blocked new Department of Health and Human Services rules that would have removed Obama-era protections for LGBTQ people in health care, noting that a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court contradicts the Trump rules.
The bakery told local media outlets they decided to fill the order without adding the customer's requested homophobic message.
In a new video, Wachowski explained that while she wasn't sure how actively she was thinking about trans themes while making "The Matrix," the film is certainly a trans-allegory.
The research involved over 641,000 people.
Lifetime announced it will have its first Christmas film focused on a gay couple this year, after years of criticism aimed at Lifetime and Hallmark for their lack of diversity.
Over 30 Democratic U.S. Representatives sent a letter to Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Friday, urging him to revise his policy that focused on the banning of the Confederate flag from military bases but also implicitly banned LGBTQ pride flags.
Conservative anti-gay Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano claims that Pope Francis is involved in a conspiracy seeking the "legitimization of homosexuality" in service to the "new world order."
For Congressman Lewis, to be American meant charging into battle against injustice, refusing to leave anyone behind.
As fans begin reading more and more into the lyrics of Swift's latest album, "betty" has been named a standout track.
"As I've long said, all North Dakotans deserve to be treated equally and live free of discrimination," Gov. Doug Burgum said. "There's no place for the hurtful and divisive rhetoric in the NDGOP resolutions."
Indiana Senator John Crane said that the traditional family "should be pursued whenever possible."