Even as Houston's city council passed an ordinance giving special rights to homosexuals, the city's pro-family and Christian contingency vowed to try to overturn the measure.
Polls are now showing that support for same-sex marriage has grown to more than half of Americans. The changing opinions correspond to a wave of rulings against bans on same-sex "marriages" in a number of states.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who helped dismantle the ban on homosexuals in the military, has suggested that he will work toward the same end in his new position as head of the Boy Scouts.
A pro-family group in England is warning the U.K. to halt its planned legalization of a fertilization procedure that would create "three parent" babies.
A Mississippi pastor arrested and jailed for several hours in 2011 after he participated in a peaceful pro-life demonstration has now filed a lawsuit.
The University of Notre Dame has denied official recognition to a student club that supports traditional marriage. On April 30, the university’s Club Coordination Council (CCC) voted not to approve the application of Students for Child-Oriented Policy (SCOP) for official club status.
A homosexual federal judge has overturned Oregon's 10-year-old marriage protection amendment, effectively legalizing same-sex "marriage" by judicial fiat.
While Houston's mayor dropped a bizarre "bathroom" provision from her proposed "non-discrimination" ordinance, the measure would still place traditional values and religious liberty in jeopardy.
A circus atmosphere, along with aggressive censure, surrounded the NFL's first "gay" draft pick and his inappropriate behavior.