If lesbians marching in an LGBT Pride parade can be viewed as a dangerous threat requiring denunciation from authorities, what chance is there to have an honest conversation?
The LGBT movement’s intolerance of intellectual diversity and mandatory identity association has restricted what was once a uniquely colorful example of freedom of expression.
The article on kids who change their minds about their gender identity revealed deep insecurity within the trans movement, as well as room for conservatives to acknowledge the complexity of gender.
My husband, my writing, my career—a few years ago, I thought all of it was never in the cards for me. I nearly allowed myself to miss out on all of it.
Commentator Sally Kohn’s new book, ‘The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity,’ often lays out a disagreeable progressive vision of humanity, but still manages to be pleasantly disarming and invite useful discussion.
Unfortunately, LGBT media aren’t always straightforward in reporting incidents between gay people and their employers, making an objective evaluation difficult.
The enthusiasm had absolutely nothing to do with equality or the ambitious efforts of an 18-year-old student hoping to bring laughter and celebration to her town.
If LGBT Americans are to ever be included in the general population, they must cease efforts at legally and socially segregating themselves.
Why would a 17-year-old be considered a ‘child bride’ in one scenario and a fully consenting, sexually adventurous adult in another?
A generation of progressive activists have grown up with the same fear, paranoia, social disdain, and prejudice that I did, and they are leading massive advocacy groups today.
I share this, because too often we hear nothing but negative stories from LGBT media of hate and discrimination.
The film tells a generation of older men that pursing sexual relationships with teenagers is beautiful and empowering, and perfectly acceptable.
The ADL report cites 163 bomb threats to Jewish organizations. Of these threats, 150 were perpetrated by a single Jewish man.
The decision rests on a firm and universal understanding of both ‘woman’ and ‘man,’ the kind of black and white labels the LGBT community typically avoids.
We should be celebrating the Olympic medalist’s accomplishments on the ice, but instead we’re wrapped up in his feelings about Vice President Mike Pence.
In no way is it apparent Mike Pence holds any animosity towards gay people. If he does, he does not show it in public or allow it to influence his views on liberty for all Americans.
LGBT media outlets are alarmed over a report that anti-LGBT homicides doubled in 2017, but the context of the crimes suggests the hype may be overstated.
LGBT organizations’ efforts to coerce, impose, and enforce their ideas appear to be resulting in the exact opposite of what they wish to achieve.
The concern is not about denying a service to an individual based on gender identity, it is an issue of requiring a medical professional to take an action he deeply and morally opposes.
I felt discomfort as a new paradigm began overriding my strongly held moral belief in the supremacy of choice.
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