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Mother of Gay Son Takes Aim at Anti-Gay Pastor Caught on Grindr

By EDGE | May 21
A Michigan mother is speaking to local media about the anti-gay pastor who resigned this week after pictures of his Grindr profile went viral by way of an article on Queerty, saying the pastor nearly drove her gay son to suicide.

Harlem Hate Pastor Claims a 'Sodomite Spit on Our Food Table'

By EDGE | May 21
Newly inducted SPLC designated hate group leader Pastor James David Manning is turning an alleged spitting incident into a money-making opportunity for his notoriously anti-gay ATLAH church in Harlem.

Anti-Gay Mich. Pastor Resigns After Grindr Pics Go Viral

By EDGE | May 20
A pastor who is married with five children and who has called homosexuality a "sinful temptation" has resigned after screen shots of his Grindr profile went viral this week.

Colo. GOP: Conversion Therapy Can Get the Devil Out

By EDGE | May 19
According to Gordon Klingenschmitt, the hate group chaplain turned Colorado state representative, when it comes to being gay, the devil really did make you do it.

Religious Right Continues Tirade Against Dan Savage Sitcom

By EDGE | May 19
The controversy surrounding "The Real O'Neals," the sitcom inspired by gay activist Dan Savage that was recently picked up as part of ABC's fall 2016 primetime line up, continues with anti-gay Christian activists calling on ABC to dump the show.

Louisiana Anti-Gay Religious Objections Bill Scheduled for Hearing

By Bill Slodysko | May 19
On Tuesday, the House civil law committee is scheduled to debate the religious objections bill backed by Gov. Bobby Jindal that thrust Louisiana into a national debate over religious freedom and the rights of same-sex couples.

Georgia GOP Delegates Back Passage of Religious Freedom Bill

May 18
A religious freedom bill in Georgia gained the backing of Republican delegates on Saturday, who asked the state Senate to pass a law proponents say aims at preventing government infringement on religious beliefs. Opponents argue the law could be used as a

Hundreds Attend 'Family Picnic' for Anti-Gay SF Archbishop

May 18
Hundreds turned out for a "family support picnic" held for a Northern California religious leader who is the subject of heated debate over policy changes for Catholic high school teachers.

Hundreds Attend 'Family Picnic' For San Francisco Archbishop

May 17
Hundreds turned out for a "family support picnic" held for a Northern California religious leader who is the subject of heated debate over policy changes for Catholic high school teachers.

Colombia Bishop Offends Both Catholics, Gays with Remarks

May 15
A prestigious Roman Catholic bishop has managed to offend both conservative Catholics and members of Colombia's gay community during a speech intended to denounce discrimination based on sexual orientation.

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