Chad Felix Greene is a senior contributor to The Federalist. He 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.
Demanding the religiously observant violate their core beliefs in order to avoid public harassment and humiliation goes against everything we stand for as a country.
A man in Oregon recently allegedly beat a transgender person for allegedly harassing the man’s wife in the women’s bathroom. While assault is wrong, being scared isn’t.
The upcoming SCOTUS fights over these issues is about more than just employment law and LGBT protections. The outcome of this battle will affect many Americans.
It seems a same-sex, adult-teen relationship is either a beautiful expression of LGBT progress or an example of perversion deserving of jail time, depending entirely on whether the adult involved is a Christian.
Following the rules, guidelines, and legal processes only disabled me and conditioned me never to speak up again if I found myself in a similar situation.
LGBT people are repeatedly taught to be afraid of anti-LGBT hate crimes. But without accurate data that is based on more than unreliable self-reporting, that culture of fear is unlikely to improve.
I simply do not care what a person believes about homosexuality. I only value how they treat me as a person. The line between intolerance and cruelty is found in this distinction.
A recent study by the Trevor Project shows an alarming number of LGBT youths have considered committing suicide. Do surveys like this help create the conditions they claim to expose?
My life is not more valuable than any other person’s, and I do not support exploitation in the name of science, even if it could give me more years of life.
Promoting adolescent boys as drag queens and setting up events in which adult entertainers perform before children has reignited fears the LGBT community spent 30 years fighting.
The LGBT media is turning to sensationalist reporting and headline hysteria on an HHS rule change that protects the consciences of medical professionals.
The intersectionality-obsessed media claims Buttigieg doesn’t have enough diversity points to run for president. It’s just another proof that when the left gets what they said they want, they move the goalposts.
Pretending transgender people are being murdered for being trans, instead of due to random violence, just stokes fear and reeks of political motives.
LGBT advocacy today comes from a place of rage and hatred. It is a movement of obnoxious lecturing, intimidation, bullying, and bitter rage that does little more than validate prejudices.
There is no justifiable reason for a nine-year-old to dance on stage in front of drunk adults, accepting money and being encouraged to mimic adult entertainers.
It takes more than a shared LGBT identity to get me to vote for someone. I respect some part of Buttigieg’s messaging, but he’s still too far left for me.
It’s worthwhile to take a look at the anatomy of real sexual orientation-related hate crimes so we can take them seriously and identify hoaxes more easily.
The progressive instinct has taken the gay movement into the very depths of hatred and bigotry it long fought to remove from society.
Despite the universal appeal of the name and its noble promises, the act poses a major risk to those who value religious freedom, state independence, and women’s rights.
Gay marriage changed me. I found purpose and connection unlike anything I ever knew before. Can’t this coexist with religious Americans’ rights?
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