Holy Misogyny: 20 Ways the Bible Says Women Are Worth Less

How has the Bible influenced American views on gender equality, and why does this matter today? As a society that strives for equality, understanding historical perspectives is crucial to addressing ongoing issues. 1. Male Headship The Bible explicitly places men in positions of authority over women, especially within family and church structures. This has historically … Read more

Betrayed: 21 Moments the Pope Turned His Back on LGBTQ Worshippers

Throughout history, the relationship between the Vatican and the LGBTQ community has been complex and often contentious. Here are 21 instances where actions or statements from the papacy have sparked anger and controversy among LGBTQ individuals and their allies: 1. Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage Legislation Popes have consistently spoken against same-sex marriage, including Pope Francis … Read more

25 Reasons Trump Spells a Worse Future for Women in America

Trump’s tenure has seen significant setbacks for women in multiple areas, from health care access to workplace protections. Here are 25 key ways his policies have negatively impacted women’s rights and well-being: 1. Abortion Ban Advocacy In 2016, Trump called for an abortion ban with “some form of punishment” for women. This stance was too … Read more

21 Reasons America’s Pride Is on the Floor

Are you feeling like America is spiraling downward? You’re not alone. Here are 21 reasons why our national pride is hitting rock bottom, revealing the harsh realities many of us face daily. 1. Political Polarization The extreme political divide is tearing the country apart, making it impossible to find common ground on important issues. This … Read more

Queer Farmers Call to Boycott Tractor Supply After The Company Rejected Diversity Hiring

Queer farmers are joining forces to boycott Tractor Supply Company, a major American retail chain, for discontinuing its diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, and these farmers are urging you to do the same. The Company in Question Tractor Supply Company is a major American retail store that specializes in products for home improvement, agriculture, … Read more

We Will Not Back Down: Harris Denies Opportunity to Be First Black Woman in Office and Rallies Behind Biden

Vice President Vows to Uphold Biden’s Vision and Addresses Concerns Over Presidential Succession After Shaky Presidential Debate. Post-Debate Fall Out After President Joe Biden’s nearly delirious debate performance last week, his second in command Vice President Kamala Harris has made it known that she will continue to fiercely defend her President.   Harris Shows Support Harris … Read more

Californian Pastor Calls Biden “The Epitome of Homosexual Immorality”

John MacArthur, a far-right megachurch pastor, has made headlines due to his controversial remarks about President Joe Biden that labeled Biden “the epitome of homosexual immorality.” Who Is John MacArthur?  John MacArthur is a prominent and highly influential evangelical pastor known for his conservative views and sermons for his congregation at the Grace Community Church., … Read more

A Black Female President? It Could Become a Reality

Is America ready for its first Black female president? As society evolves and diversifies, the possibility of a Black woman leading the country is becoming more tangible. Here are 21 signs that this historic milestone could soon be a reality. 1. Michelle Obama’s Enduring Popularity Michelle Obama continues to be one of the most beloved … Read more

21 Cringeworthy Presidential Gaffes That Are Etched in History

Presidential debates can either make or break a campaign and sometimes, they just leave us scratching our heads or hiding behind the couch. From political gaffes to cringe-worthy moments, let’s count down these top misfires that brought more heat than light. 21. Gore’s Dismissive Sighs During the 2000 presidential debates, Al Gore’s audible sighs and … Read more

Washington LGBTQ Kids “Forced to Come Out” Amid DAMAGING New Law

The state law, covering different areas of parental consent and access to counseling records and education, has already faced backlash from multiple organizations.  Blocking Order Denied A new law in Washington state focused on parental rights is moving forward after a judge refused to issue an emergency blocking order.  The Focus on Parental Rights The … Read more

Broken Borders: 21 Ways America Could Strengthen Immigration Control

Sick of the same old immigration debates? Let’s cut through the noise with some smart, effective strategies that could actually make a difference. Isn’t it about time we did something that works? 1. Enhance Border Security Infrastructure Upgraded technology and increased manpower at key border points can help prevent illegal crossings. Investing in surveillance drones … Read more

Is America Moving Backwards? 20 Reasons Why a Trump Presidency Could REVERSE Equality Efforts

Donald Trump’s potential return as President poses significant risks, especially to the most vulnerable and diverse groups in America. What might his policies mean for the progress of minority communities and social justice? 1. Threats to LGBTQ+ Rights Trump’s presidency saw attempts to roll back LGBTQ+ protections, such as banning transgender individuals from military service. … Read more

Massachusetts Sends a Strong Message to Those Celebrating Pride

Just before Pride Month kicked off, anti-LGBTQ+ groups delivered a bold message to those planning to celebrate in Massachusetts. Before Pride Even Began On May 27th, days before the beginning of Pride Month, more than 200 Pride Flags were stolen in Carlisle, Massachusetts.  The Press Release Carlisle Police Chief Andrew Amendola released a press release … Read more

Dating App Creates LGBTQ+ Virtual Lover to Celebrate Pride Month

EVA AI, a digital companion app that simulates having a romantic partner with artificial intelligence, recently introduced four new LGBTQ+ characters as part of their Pride Month update.  Digital Companions EVA AI is a digital companion app that uses artificial intelligence to simulate having a relationship with a virtual partner, providing personalized companionship through text, … Read more

Los Angeles Neighborhood Finally Removes Anti-LGBTQ+ Signs After 27 YEARS

A neighborhood in Los Angeles has finally voted to remove signs originally aimed at prohibiting “homosexual activity.” This decision came after decades of protests and efforts by the LGBTQ+ community and advocacy groups.  Anti-LGBTQ+ Signs Come Down Los Angeles has finally decided to remove signs that have been symbols of anti-homosexual mentality in the Westwood … Read more

Illinois Lawsuit Accuses School Of Discrimination Against White Men

Northwestern University may be under legal fire after a litigious conservative organization filed a lawsuit against the Northwestern law school for discriminatory hiring practices.  Northwestern Lawsuit A lawsuit has been filed against Northwestern University in Illinois over claims that the college’s law school implements discriminatory hiring practices that are biased against white men. Faculty, Alumni, … Read more

New Law Could Devastate LGBTQ+ Youth in the USA

A ban has been proposed for teenagers under 16 from using social media, but now LGBTQ+ advocates are arguing that this ban may actually cause more harm than good. Proposed Ban The Australian government has proposed new regulations that will require teens under the age of 16 to obtain parental consent to use social media … Read more

21 Signs America Needs a Woman in the White House

Is America ready to shatter the ultimate glass ceiling and elect a woman as president? As society continues to evolve and make strides in gender equality, the evidence suggests that a female leader in the Oval Office is not just desirable but necessary. Here are 21 compelling reasons why the time is now. 1. Hillary … Read more

Biden’s LGBTQ+ Protection Rights In Schools Have Been BLOCKED By Four States

A Kansas judge has blocked the Biden administration’s expanded Title IX protections for LGBTQ+ students in four states, increasing tension in a legal battle over the scope of anti-discrimination rules in education.  Context of the Ruling A federal judge in Kansas has just blocked the Biden administration’s Title IX rule that attempted to expand protections … Read more

“Trans Indoctrination” – Parents Slam Teacher for Reading LGBTQ Book to Kids

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Hoping to introduce young children to diverse gender identities and experiences, gender identity education is spreading throughout teacher’s lesson plans, and some conservatives are calling it indoctrination.  Controversial Inclusion Lessons A primary school teacher has been accused of “trans indoctrination” after a video surfaced from her classroom and highlighted her lesson on transgender individuals. Sparking … Read more

Disrespectful: Boebert’s “DEI Hire” Rant Against Press Secretary Condemned

A social media post that many are calling “disrespectful” and “racist” is going viral.  Republican Representative Publicly Insults Press Secretary Online Colorado Republican Lauren Boebert took to social media to rant about President Biden’s absence during a press conference. In her post, she referenced Karine Jean-Pierre, the current White House Press Secretary, calling the latter … Read more

Anti-LGTBQ+ Groups Spoil the Party at Pride As Targeted Attacks Increase Across America

In the first week of LGBTQ+ Pride Month celebrations, homophobic social media and anti-gay groups are targeting the community.  And So It Begins All throughout the United States, Republicans and other anti-gay groups have started their own campaign against Pride Month.  Slashing Banners In Washington, 14 Pride banners were destroyed while social media faced an … Read more

Does America Need Immigration? 21 Hard Facts You Need to Know

The discussion around U.S. immigration policies is more than a political debate—it’s a series of decisions that directly impact millions of lives, including yours. Whether it’s the economy, cultural diversity, or the basic human rights of migrants, these 21 points will help you understand the real effects of these policies. 1. Workforce Impact Immigrants, especially … Read more

Massachusetts Anti-LGBTQ Rally Does the Unthinkable During Pride

Just before the Massachusetts Pride event, an anti-LGBTQ+ rally made a daring statement. Now, similar hate crimes across the United States continue to rise. Stolen Flags Between the last Sunday and Monday of May in Carlisle, Massachusetts, over 200 pride flags were stolen from a central display just before the city’s local pride event and … Read more

Racial Profiling Exposed: 18 Factors Fueling Its Ongoing Existence

Racial profiling has become a contentious issue, stirring debates on whether it’s a necessary security tactic or a blatant discriminatory practice. But at what cost does security come if it undermines fundamental rights? 1. Historical Roots and Persistent Issues Racial profiling has deep historical roots, often reflecting long-standing prejudices that continue to manifest in modern … Read more

Minnesota’s Clear: “Censorship Has NO Place in our Libraries”

Just before Pride month, Minnesota lawmakers gave schools funding with new provisions to end the constant back-and-forth between banning books in schools by creating legislation that bans banning books. A Lack of Funding Despite their attempts and pleas to receive more state funding, Minnesota school districts are only getting minimal new funding after the state’s … Read more

California’s Push for Progress as LGBTQ and Diversity Issues Lead the Ballot

From same-sex marriage to climate programs and forced labor, here’s what’s on the ballot.  Hot Button Topics The California ballot this year is targeting many hot button issues in the upcoming election, including same-sex marriage, shoplifting, and forced labor.  Official Propositions The secretary of state in California assigned official proposition numbers to the suggested measures … Read more

Tennessee Governor Silently Strips Away Women and Trans Rights

Governor Bill Lee signed more controversial bills focused on protecting the near absolute ban on abortion in Tennessee. Limiting Freedom Republican Governor Bill Lee recently approved multiple bills in Tennessee, all targeted at access to abortion as a minor, and limiting their ability to access gender-affirming care.  His Silent Stance The Governor did not sign … Read more

Transgender Transfer: Biden’s Judicial Nominee Makes Unpopular Call on All-Female Prison

President Biden’s judicial nominee, Sarah Netburn, has been facing intense scrutiny after putting forth her recommendation for a transgender inmate to be moved to an all-female prison. Difficult Questions Nominated for the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, Netburn is more than familiar with drama, but after her recommendation, she found … Read more

IVF “Kills Children” Claims Controversial U.S. Representative Wading in on Women’s Rights

U.S. Rep Matt Rosendale has become a vocal opponent of IVF. His controversial position that IVF affects the rights of the embryo has been raised in the conversation about reproductive rights and sparked fear about further federal governmental oversight of women’s rights. Matt Rosendale’s Controversial Stand U.S. Rep. Matt Rosendale has become a controversial figure … Read more

21 Signs America Is Ready for an LGBTQ President

Is America ready to break new ground with an LGBTQ president? As society evolves and progresses, the signs are everywhere, pointing to a nation prepared for this historic milestone. Are you ready to see history in the making? 1. Increasing LGBTQ Representation in Politics From city councils to Congress, more LGBTQ politicians are being elected … Read more

We WILL Say Gay: 20 Ways LGBTQ+ Is Fighting Back In America

The battle for LGBTQ+ rights in the United States has witnessed significant milestones, yet resistance persists, shaping the landscape of equality. How can progress continue in the face of these ongoing challenges? 1. Legislation Banning Transgender Athletes Several states have implemented laws that prevent transgender athletes from competing in sports aligned with their gender identity, … Read more

“I Don’t Want Him To Be Gay” – UFC Star Refuses to Send Son To School Amid Fears of Indoctrination

Bryce Mitchell announces he will be homeschooling his son to avoid the alleged indoctrination in public schools. Mitchell’s Headlining Video Bryce Mitchell posted a video on Instagram while holding his infant son, alarming many with his brash remarks about public education in the United States.  Setting the Scene Known for his mixed martial arts career, … Read more

California Approves Millions in Black American Reparations Despite $47 Billion State Deficit

Last month, California passed a budget that allocates $12 million to reparations efforts for its Black residents. However, this comes amidst the state’s $47 billion budget deficit, which has sparked debate amongst legislators and residents. California’s New Budget California recently passed a budget which allocates a groundbreaking $12 million to address historical injustices faced by … Read more

18 Worrying Signs That America Is A Sexist Country

Misogyny isn’t just a relic of the past; it’s a pervasive issue that continues to affect women across the United States today. How can we combat a problem that’s so deeply entrenched in our society? Here are 18 incidents that highlight the systemic anti-women attitudes still prevalent in America. 1. Tallahassee Yoga Studio Shooting In … Read more

Enough Is Enough: 17 Conservative Red States Reaffirming the Constitution

Ever wonder how some states are pushing the envelope on states’ rights and traditional values? As the national dialogue heats up, these states are grabbing the reins to define constitutional interpretation on their own terms. 1. Texas: Voter Integrity Measures In 2024, Texas passed significant voting restrictions aimed at enhancing the integrity of elections, reflecting … Read more

20 Infuriating American Habits the Rest of the World Fails to Appreciate

While American culture is influential globally, not every U.S. habit is a hit overseas. Here are 20 American customs that other countries have politely—or firmly—declined. 1. Overly Friendly Small Talk Striking up casual conversations with strangers can seem intrusive elsewhere. In many cultures, privacy is prized and boundaries respected. 2. Tipping Culture Tipping in the … Read more

18 Problems Igniting Racial Tensions in America

In the United States, efforts to combat systemic racism are frequently spotlighted, but do these actions truly measure up to the deep-seated issues they aim to address? 1. Insufficient Policy Changes Most policy changes are too superficial to address the deep roots of systemic racism. Is surface-level change really all we can manage? 2. Underfunded … Read more

Louisiana’s LGBTQ Crackdown Backfires as Library Board Fights Back

Three former St. Tammany Library Board of Control members, Bill McHugh, Anthony Parr, and Rebecca Taylor, have filed a federal lawsuit against the St. Tammany Parish Council after they were removed for trying to protect LGBTQ+ books. Book Ban Controversy The lawsuit follows a year-long effort by the far-right St. Tammany Library Accountability Project to … Read more

Transgender and Nonbinary Runner Set to Go to the Paris Olympics

From Record-Breaking Performances to LGBTQ+ Advocacy, Nikki Hiltz Prepares for Paris Olympics.  Victory Lap Transgender and nonbinnary runner, Nikki Hiltz took a victory lap this week, showered with bracelets and cheering from the fans witnessing her successful Olympic trial.  Making Waves Nikki Hiltz is making waves in more than one way. They are one of … Read more

White ‘Unite the Right’ Nationalist Groups Forced to Pay $2 Million in Damages to Victims of Charlottesville Rally

Those who suffered emotional and personal injuries at a white nationalist rally 5 years ago have been awarded extra compensation in federal court this week. “Unite the Right” Back in 2017, hundreds of people descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, as part of the “Unite the Right” rally. The 2-day protest event would result in public damage, … Read more

Cincinnati Anti-Semitism Crisis: Mass Vandalism of Jewish Cemeteries Leads to Federal Investigation

The FBI has announced an investigation of a potential hate crime, following the mass vandalization of two Jewish cemeteries in Cincinnati. Nearly 180 Gravestones Vandalized A federal investigation has been launched after nearly 180 gravestones were vandalized at two Jewish cemeteries in Cincinnati. Confirmed by Jewish Organizations The vandalisms were confirmed in public statements from … Read more

Divine Division: Kentucky Bishop Comes Out for Trans Brother, Fracturing Church Unity

A 39-year-old Catholic hermit from Kentucky, Brother Christian Matson, has made headlines after coming out as transgender with the public support of local church leader Bishop John Stowe of the Diocese of Lexington. Finding Catholicism Originally, Matson was raised Presbyterian, but he converted to Catholicism in 2010, finding his new religious identity four years after … Read more

25 Ways Americans Irk the Rest of the World

Americans often wonder why they might be greeted with cold shoulders abroad. Is it the loud tourist stereotype, or is there more simmering beneath the surface? 1. Overconsumption and Waste Americans are known for their “bigger is better” mentality, which often translates to excessive consumption and waste. This behavior is not only unsustainable but increasingly … Read more

Say What? 20 American Expressions That Bewilder Non-Natives

Discovering American English can feel like wandering through a linguistic maze, especially with regional idioms that might puzzle outsiders. From New York City’s streets to Appalachia’s hills, each area has its own unique language. Here, we uncover 20 regional expressions from across the United States that might leave you scratching your head or laughing at … Read more

18 Things That Only Happen in California

California, the land of sun, surf, and Silicon Valley, isn’t just another state—it’s a whole vibe. A playground for the adventurous, the innovative, and the downright quirky, it offers experiences you just can’t find anywhere else in the U.S. Here’s a rundown of 18 things that set the Golden State apart, with a tone as … Read more

No Pride: Park Rangers Forbidden to Join Gay Parades in Uniform

The National Park Service (NPS) officially prohibits uniformed employees from public events that could stir up controversy.  Prohibition of Pride Participation Right before the start of Pride month in June, the National Park Service (NPS) prohibits uniformed employees from joining in and participating in events that may not fit the organization’s innocent and “uninvolved” reputation.  … Read more

Face the Facts: 20 Reasons America Isn’t Prepared for Non-Binary Gender

The push for non-binary recognition in various aspects of society raises important questions about inclusivity and the complexities it introduces. How do we navigate these changes, and what are the key areas affected by this evolving understanding of gender? 1. Legal Document Challenges Non-binary individuals often face difficulties in obtaining legal documents that reflect their … Read more

Abortion Numbers Surge Despite the Overruling of Roe V. Wade

The number of abortions in America has increased despite the Roe overturn two years ago. Clinical treatment might not be on the rise, but women are still managing to get abortion pills and help via Telehealth. Here’s what’s happened.  Abortion Laws  The Brennen Center for Justice wrote a piece on “reproductive rights” within the U.S.A. … Read more

Fleeing the States: 21 Places Americans Are Deserting in Droves

Certain states are witnessing a significant exodus as residents seek better opportunities and lifestyles elsewhere. Here are 21 states experiencing notable population declines as people pursue greener pastures. 1. California Despite its allure, California is experiencing a significant outflow of residents due to high living costs, housing affordability issues, and concerns about wildfires and droughts. … Read more

21 Wacky Traditions Only True Ohio Buckeyes Get

Ohio: a place where quirks and charms blend seamlessly into the daily life of those who call it home. From unique culinary choices to peculiar ways of speaking, Ohioans have habits that might just leave outsiders scratching their heads. Here’s a dive into the Buckeye State’s most beloved oddities. 1. Calling Every Soda “Pop” In … Read more

New Hampshire Trans Rights Crisis: Governor Urged to Veto Four Controversial State Bills

Four bills affecting trans people are set to pass into law in New Hampshire, causing conflict between LGBTQ advocates and Republican lawmakers. Four Controversial Bills This year, Republican lawmakers in New Hampshire have passed four controversial bills through the State House and Senate that directly affect trans people. Now, advocacy groups are calling on Governor … Read more

Oklahoma’s Last Surviving Victims of the Tulsa Race Massacre Call for Federal Investigation

A lawsuit seeking reparations for a historic massacre in Oklahoma has been rejected again, prompting calls for a federal investigation by the survivors. Survivors Take Action Last month the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled in favor of dismissing a lawsuit filed by the two surviving victims of the historic Tulsa massacre, which sought reparations for both … Read more

‘Unite the Right’ White Nationalists Shamed in Court for 2017 Charlottesville Rally

The U.S. Court of Appeals just increased the damages awarded to plaintiffs in the 2017 Charlottesville rally case. This change ensures that each person receives their fair share and enforces the importance of accountability in the face of hate. A Closer Look at “Unite the Right” In 2017, national attention was focused on Charlottesville, Virginia … Read more

DEI Ban: Utah Universities to Shut Down Safe Spaces for LGBTQ, Women, and Racial Minorities

In the wake of a new “Equal Opportunities” law for Utah schools, a number of notable state universities have chosen to shutter their DEI cultural centers.  Cultural Student Centers Closing in Utah Some universities across the state of Utah are planning to shutter their cultural centers – including ‘safe spaces’ for LGBTQ, women, and racial … Read more

Surge in Anti-LGBTQ Hate: Targeted Crimes Reported Across 50% of States in Pride Month

There was a shocking amount of vandalism during Pride Month 2024. Specifically, anti-LGBTQ vandalism was reported in almost 25 states, leaving community members scared and upset. New Vandalism Trend There was an alarming increase of anti-LGBTQ vandalism during this Pride Month. Pride flags and other important LGBTQ symbols were vandalized in over 40 cities during … Read more

South Carolina Senate Now Has ZERO Republic Women

South Carolina has voted to remove its three Republican women senators from office. This decision comes amidst an intense battle about abortion bans and women’s rights in the state. This decision could have severe consequences for the 55% of registered voters, who are women. Historic Losses in South Carolina In a significant shift for South … Read more

All Men Created Equal? 19 Ways Black Americans Are EXCLUDED From American Independence

While the 4th of July celebrates the birth of American independence, it’s important to acknowledge the ways in which Black Americans have been systematically excluded from the promises of freedom and equality. Here are 19 significant ways this exclusion has occurred. 1. Slavery Despite the Declaration of Independence’s assertion that “all men are created equal,” … Read more