Chad Felix Greene
Chad Felix Greene
Chad Felix Greene is the author of the "Reasonably Gay: Essays and Arguments" series and is a social writer focusing on truth in media, conservative ideas and goals, and true equality under the law. You can follow him on Twitter @chadfelixg.
Adam Rippon’s Obsession With His Sexuality Undermines His Achievements

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.

Despite The Hysteria, There’s No Proof Mike Pence Is Anti-LGBT

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.

The Reported Spike In Anti-LGBT Homicides Is Fake News

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.

Why Americans’ ‘Comfort Levels’ With LGBT People Dropped Last Year

LGBT organizations’ efforts to coerce, impose, and enforce their ideas appear to be resulting in the exact opposite of what they wish to achieve.

LGBT Left Attempts To Stamp Out Medical Professionals Who Don’t Do What They Want

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.

How My Friends’ Pregnancy Experiences Changed My Mind About Abortion

I felt discomfort as a new paradigm began overriding my strongly held moral belief in the supremacy of choice.

Let’s Get Real: There Are No Risks To Traveling The U.S. While Queer

‘When my [transgender] girlfriend, Lara, and I travel on the road, we have to take precautions,’ Joanne Spataro writes. ‘We’re constantly on guard against strangers.’

Why LGBT Activists Can’t See What’s Wrong With A 9-Year-Old Drag Queen

The LGBT Left’s intense focus on labeling then exploiting LGBT children like ‘Lactatia’ holds incredible risk and threatens their futures.

The ‘First Trans Murder Of 2018’ Was Not A Hate Crime

Instead of focusing on campaigns that may have helped this transgender victim, LGBT groups will instead continue fighting a threat that does not exist.

Losing A Job Taught Me How Tax Cuts Can Protect The Needy

As we bicker over how the government can best use our money, we must remember that genuine charity comes from the hearts and actions of individuals, not faceless agencies.

Top 4 Anti-LGBT Myths Of 2017

LGBT media would have us all believe that LGBT people are in a near-constant state of danger. But a closer inspection tells us this simply isn’t true.

I Turned My Coworker Into HR When She Gave Me A Christmas Card, And She Changed My Heart

A person who gives a gift featuring his or her sacred religious iconography is reaching out, showing kindness and sharing his or her faith with others.

No, Lifting ‘Net Neutrality’ Doesn’t Hurt Gay People

It is unnerving to realize that the leaders of the LGBT movement seem to believe average gay people are utterly dependent on them for seemingly everything.

Why I Don’t Want To Force Anyone To Bake A Cake For My Gay Wedding

If I encountered an individual morally uncomfortable with participating in an activity with me and my boyfriend, it would be uncomfortable for me to force her.

California Shouldn’t Make It Easier For HIV-Positive People Like Me To Give Blood And Have Risky Sex

The demand for HIV privacy as an entitlement will create a scenario of predatory behaviors, recklessness, and ruined lives. Gay and bisexual men will be at a higher risk.