Earlier this month, the GracePoint Church in Franklin, Tennessee became one of the first evangelical megachurches to acknowledge and embrace its LGBT parishioners. Pastor Stan Mitchell offered these words during his sermon: Full privileges are extended now to you with the same expectations of faithfulness, sobriety, holiness, wholeness, fidelity, godlines […]
This weekend, activists of ACT UP — the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power — will protest the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) corporate gala in New York City, highlighting what it believes to be the national lobby organization's lackluster support of HIV and homeless LGBT youth. Among its 'demands': appoint a liaison dedicated to work on HI […]
Cyndi Lauper is undoubtedly a modern American pop icon, but she is also a renowned champion of LGBT rights. Lauper has devoted a great deal of time, creative energy, and money to the development of active and dedicated straight allies and to tackling the problem of LGBT youth homelessness. Given her social commitments, it is hard to imagine an artist better […]
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