Ask Stephanie Guttormson anonymous questions about all things transgender.

Here’s another guest post from Stephanie Guttormson, the Operations Director for the Richard Dawkins Foundation and a transgender woman. Hey all you WWJTDers out there.  As you may recall I did a Q&A here fielding questions about transgender issues shortly after Danielle Muscato came out.  I genuinely enjoyed all the questions that were asked and [Read More...]

Kelly Shackelford incensed that gays persecute Christians so much.

Kelly Shackelford from the Liberty Institute recently said some pretty silly things about how persecuted Christians are at the hands of gay people. In a conference call held by E.W. Jackson’s group Staying True to America’s National Destiny (S.T.A.N.D) last week, Liberty Institute president Kelly Shackelford said that the advancement of LGBT rights and laws [Read More...]

Gay conversion group uses gay model to represent a straight twin.

An anti-gay group called Parents and Friends of Ex-gays and Gays (as if a friend is someone who tries to shame what you are and turn you into something you’re not) recently put up a billboard.  The billboard says twin studies prove homosexuality does not have a genetic component (as if genes can’t express in [Read More...]

Members of a North Carolina church kidnapped a man and tried to beat homosexual demons out of him.

Oh, you find other men attractive?  That’s way worse than kidnapping a person and beating their ass: Five members of a controversial North Carolina church were indicted this week on charges that they kidnapped and assaulted a fellow member because he had been possessed by “homosexual demons.” On Monday, a Rutherford County grand jury indicted [Read More...]

Air Force secretary supports lifting transgender ban.

Good on her: Now that the U.S. military has opened more jobs to women and allowed gay men and lesbians to serve openly, Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James says the ban on transgender troops is likely to be reassessed and should be lifted. “Times change,” she told Capital Download, saying the policy “is likely [Read More...]

Another pastor says “dirty faggots” need to be put to death. The bible says so.

“They’re an abomination to god.  I love that part of the bible.”  And the congregation amens and laughs at the thought of murder.  They are what makes this man frightening. His name is Pastor Donnie Romero of Stedfast Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas. Christians like him will assert that LGBT people are more depressed, implying it’s because [Read More...]

Despite massive Christian protests, LGBT protections passed in Plano, TX!

Despite much protest, including protest from the state’s attorney general and various Republican lawmakers, the city of Plano has passed a non-discrimination ordinance that includes LGBT: Monday night, the Plano, Texas City Council voted 5-3 to approve an expansion of the city’s Equal Rights Policy, adding protections on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, among [Read More...]

Pastor invites a fellow Christian to kill himself on account of his gayness.

Hemant has flagged an article about a gay Christian in Australia New Zealand, Jim Marjoram, who wrote a book on being a gay Christian and emailed various congregations about promoting the book.  Needless to say, most congregations simply ignored him.  But one pastor, Logan Robertson of Westcity Bible Baptist Church, wrote Majoram an email expressing [Read More...]

10th Circuit denies Kansas’ request for an en banc hearing about their gay marriage ban.

Kansas really doesn’t want to abide by the numerous rulings striking down the state’s gay marriage ban.  The problem is there’s no realistic way around it.  The can keep filing appeals that are doomed to failure (and cost government time and money, which would outrage Kansans if the Democrats did it), but that’s about it, [Read More...]

BREAKING: 11th Circuit refuses to uphold stay. Same-sex marriage coming to Florida.

The 11th Circuit has denied Florida’s request for an extended stay on Judge Robert Hinkle’s ruling in Florida.  Hinkle wrote of the ban: Write Judge Robert Hinkle: “When observers look back 50 years from now, the arguments supporting Florida’s ban on same-sex marriage, though just as sincerely held, will again seem an obvious pretext for [Read More...]