Gay Conservative Expresses Opposition to Pride Month Celebrations

A gay conservative TikTok star who uses they/them pronouns admitted that they didn’t understand the point of Pride month. That is, until they were schooled by another TikToker who blasted them for their ignorance! Stirring the Pot Toby Duff, a gay conservative, stirred controversy on TikTok by questioning Pride month’s importance. Confused About Pride Duff … Read more

Florida Students Rally in Solidarity with Transgender Athletes, Opposing Sports Ban

Students have left their South Florida high school in droves, supporting staff members who were reassigned over allegations of “improper student participation” in school sports. Student Walkout in South Florida Monarch High School, a school in Coconut Creek, south Florida, witnessed hundreds of students leaving their classrooms on Tuesday. The walk-out was arranged in protest … Read more

California Governor Faces Backlash for Prioritizing Gender-Neutral Bathrooms Amid Economic Concerns

In a groundbreaking move, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 760 into law, mandating K-12 schools to provide gender-neutral bathrooms by July 2026. Here’s the full story. The New Law Under the new law, each school district, charter school, and county office of education, must have at least one gender-neutral bathroom accessible during school … Read more

White Democratic Hopefuls in California Senate Race Encouraged to Prioritize Racial Diversity Over Personal Ambitions

The issue of diversity in California’s upcoming Senate race has taken a contentious turn. The suggestion that two White candidates, Katie Porter and Adam Schiff, should step aside in favor of U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, a Black woman, has raised questions about genuine equality and the role of race in politics.  The Call for Racial … Read more

Gender-Critical Stance Met with Nazism Label by Colleagues, Woke Takeover Concerns Rise

The United Kingdom’s Civil Service’s recent internal disputes have raised questions about values, mainly concerning matters of gender and identity. Here’s what happened. The Problem The controversy centers on differing perspectives on gender identity, with some civil servants expressing concerns about the rise of what they see as overly progressive ideologies. Gender-Critical Views The conflict … Read more

Global Leaders Condemn Uganda’s Harsh New Anti-Homosexuality Legislation

World leaders, including President Joe Biden, have condemned Uganda for its prosecution of 4 people for engaging in what they’re calling, “aggravated homosexuality” meaning that any act can be punishable by death. Disgraceful Prosecution Unveiled  In a groundbreaking legal move, Ugandan prosecutors charge a 20-year-old man with “aggravated homosexuality,” marking a significant moment in the … Read more

Alice Cooper Stirs Controversy with Comments on Transgender Topics, Labeling Them a ‘Dangerous Fad’

Aging rock musician Alice Cooper (75) has been dropped by Vampyre Cosmetics following comments stating transgenderism as a “fad.” Here’s the full story. The Players The cosmetics brand owned by the LGBTQ+ community, ended its partnership with Cooper after he criticized procedures related to gender transition for minors. Controversial Interview This decision was made in … Read more

Evangelical Leader Sounds Alarm – Faith Crisis as Some Label Jesus’s Teachings ‘Weak’

Russell Moore, the editor-in-chief of Christianity Today and a prominent evangelical leader, has raised a poignant alarm about the direction in which Christianity is heading. Here’s the whole story. Christianity Is Veering Too Far to the Right Moore believes evangelical Christianity is veering too far to the right, where even the teachings of Jesus, as … Read more

Montana Judge Rejects Transgender Lawmaker’s Suit Over House Censure

In a recent development, a Montana judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Democratic state Representative Zooey Zephyr against the state’s House of Representatives.  Lawsuit Was Due to Violation During a Protest The lawsuit stemmed from Zephyr’s censure in April, following the representative’s alleged violation of legislative protocol during a protest.  Judge Disciplined Members Who … Read more

Florida Expands ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill to Encompass Workplaces, Stirring Nationwide Debate

Recently, the Don’t Say Gay Law was proposed to be expanded by Florida State Republican Ryan Chamberlain aimed at prohibiting workplaces from using preferred pronouns of colleagues The Objectives The bill’s core objectives included banning the use of preferred pronouns and protecting employees from repercussions linked to actions stemming from religious or biology-based beliefs.  Defining … Read more

San Francisco’s Funding for Transgender Projects Sparks Taxpayer Concern

Judicial Watch reveals that San Francisco directs tax dollars towards black and Latino transgender individuals through its “Guaranteed Income for Trans People” (GIFT) program, offering unrestricted financial support. What is the GIFT Program? The GIFT program was set up to provide financial support to those who identify as transgender and extremely low-income (<30% of Area … Read more

Record-Breaking Performance by Trans Athlete Ignites Debate on Equity in Women’s Sports

A trans woman has made the headlines by obliterating another powerlifting title in the women’s competition, but now an ambassador for women’s powerlifting has hit back at the champion, calling it “unfair.” Record-Breaking Triumph Leaves Athletes Stunned Anne Andres, a 40-year-old transwoman, etched her name into sports history with an extraordinary display of strength at … Read more

Women’s Swim Team Voices Concerns Over Inclusivity and Fairness Amid Trans Athlete Debate

A recent situation at Roanoke College in Virginia involving a transgender student’s desire to join the women’s swimming team has sparked controversy about the need for clear guidelines in collegiate sports.  The Complex Scenario Roanoke College found itself in a difficult situation when a transgender student expressed the wish to join the women’s swimming team … Read more

Florida Republicans Criticize Mayor’s Participation in Pride Event, Expressing Disturbance and Disgust

Florida Mayor Donna Deegan was slammed by “Disgusted” Republicans for her decision to participate in River City’s Pride events. Here’s the full story. The Event In an online post, Mayor Deegan expressed her joy in celebrating diversity and inclusion by making history as the first mayor to appear as the Grand Marshall of the River … Read more

Mandatory LGBTQ+ Education Sparks Outrage Among Parents Citing Religious Objections

A new ruling in a court in Maryland sees parents stripped of their right to remove their children from classes related to LGBTQ+ education, sparking outrage from some parents who claim that their “religious beliefs” should be respected. Landmark Decision Unveiled A federal court ruling has shaken the education landscape, stating that parents can’t exempt … Read more

Dylan Mulvaney Secures Spot on Forbes ’30 Under 30′ List for Social Media Influence

Dylan Mulvaney, a prominent trans activist and social media influencer, has secured a spot on Forbes Magazine’s prestigious ’30 Under 30 Social Media’ list. Recognizing Those Who Shape ‘Creator Economy’ Forbes, a leading business magazine, recognized Mulvaney among 29 other social media personalities who have played a pivotal role in shaping the burgeoning “creator economy,” … Read more

LGBTQ+ Families Flee as GOP Ramps Up Anti-Queer Campaign

Jake Kleinmahon is one of three pediatric cardiologists in Louisiana. He and his husband are moving their family out of the state due to the new anti-LGBTQ laws that have been passed. Here’s the full story. The Only Pediatric Cardiologist in Louisiana When Jake Kleinmahon accepted his position at a children’s hospital in Louisiana, he … Read more

California Governor Vetoes LGBTQ Rights Bill, Eliciting Outrage and Republican Applause Amidst Trans Youth Concerns

California Governor Gavin Newsom issued vetoes for three bills on Friday, sparking reactions from both supporters and critics. The vetoes touch on crucial issues involving transgender children, self-driving trucks, and immigrant prisoners, leaving many to ponder their implications. LGBTQ Rights Veto One of the most contentious vetoes revolved around LGBTQ rights. Newsom’s rejection of Assembly … Read more

Pope Advocates for Love and Inclusion, Sparking Tension With Church’s LGBTQ+ Policies

In a pivotal statement, Pope Francis recently reiterated the Catholic Church’s commitment to being inclusive of LGBTQ+ individuals, despite certain regulations and restrictions. Here’s the full story. There Are Specific Rules During his return flight from the World Youth Day Catholic festival in Lisbon, the 86-year-old addressed reporters, acknowledging that while the Church is open … Read more

America’s Crisis: Black Market Drug Epidemic Skyrockets Fatalities

In recent years, a concerning trend has emerged in the United States: the appearance of a dangerous drug known as “tranq dope.” This dangerous substance combines fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, with xylazine, a potent non-opioid tranquilizer commonly used for sedating large animals. The drug’s devastating impact has raised significant concerns. From Krokodil to Tranq In … Read more

Controversy Over NBC’s Essay on Race and Outdoor Spaces

The popular media outlet, NBC, recently faced significant backlash after reviving a June essay written by reporter Char Adams on the topic of black people needing “safe spaces” to enjoy outdoor activities. Here’s the full story. The Racist Essay  The essay focused on black-led outdoor groups aiming to provide spaces where black individuals can partake … Read more

Texas School’s Suspension of Black Student for Natural Hair Sparks Nationwide Outcry

Stirring outrage and raising questions about the boundaries of individual expression and school policies, an 18-year-old Black student in Texas found himself suspended for wearing a natural hairstyle deemed an “expression of cultural pride.” A Teen’s Struggle Darryl George, an 18-year-old junior at Barbers Hill High School in Texas, recently found himself at the center … Read more

Wealth Growth in Black and Hispanic u.s. Households Trails Behind White Counterparts – Unpacking the Persistent Wage Gap

Despite recent years showing remarkable strides in narrowing the wealth gap among Black and Hispanic Americans, a glaring wealth disparity still looms large when compared to their White counterparts. Mind the Gap The Federal Reserve’s latest Survey on Consumer Finances revealed insights into the net worth of different racial groups in the U.S.  Net Worth … Read more

Women Forced Into Invasive Gynecological Exams at Gunpoint on Qatar Airways

A senior Qatar Airways executive assured that a harrowing incident at Doha’s International Airport, where female passengers endured invasive gynecological examinations, would never be repeated. Qatar Airways Under Fire A senior executive from Qatar Airways revealed shocking details during an Australian Senate inquiry, shedding light on a profoundly distressing incident that took place at Doha’s … Read more

Men Masquerading as Non-Binary Crash Women’s Tech Event

A recent tech conference aimed at providing a platform for women and non-binary individuals in the field was embroiled in controversy and chaos as male attendees unexpectedly overran it. Here’s what happened. The Event The Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC), organized by AnitaB, has been a pivotal event for women and non-binary individuals in the tech … Read more

Who Needs Purses? Pocket Power Revolutionizes Women’s Fashion

In the ever-evolving world of fashion, it’s the small things that often spark the biggest revolutions.  Centuries of Unfairness While centuries have passed since men first began stashing items in their clothing, women are still burdened with the necessity of handbags.  Time Is Up But a movement is quietly sweeping across the fashion landscape, demanding … Read more

Women Are Now Being Jailed for Getting Back-Alley Abortions

As the battle over abortion rights rages on, Nebraska Democrats claim that Republicans want to put women in jail. Now, they have at least one case to back up those claims. Here is the full story. It’s in the Jeans “I will finally be able to wear jeans.” Those words, sent from a Nebraska daughter … Read more

Texas Abortion Seekers: New Ban That’s Pushing Women to the Edge

Yet another Texas county has passed a law prohibiting abortion-seekers from traveling its roads. In doing so, experts say, the county has set itself up for years of lawsuits ahead. Here’s the full story. An Emerging Trend Earlier in 2023, Morton and Whiteface counties in Texas banned abortions within their borders. Cities like Lubbock and … Read more

Biden’s Evolving LGBTQ+ Anecdote Sparks Doubts on Authenticity and Political Motives

Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States, has often touted his early support for LGBT rights. He frequently shares a personal anecdote about a heartwarming lesson his father imparted about love between same-sex couples. However, the story has evolved, leaving many questioning its authenticity and Biden’s intentions. The Three Versions In his attempts … Read more

Parents Unable to Opt Out of LGBTQ+ Lessons Despite Religious Beliefs

A new ruling in a court in Maryland sees parents stripped of their right to remove their children from classes related to LGBTQ+ education, sparking outrage from some parents who claim that their “religious beliefs” should be respected. Landmark Decision Unveiled A federal court ruling has shaken the education landscape, stating that parents can’t exempt … Read more

LGBTQ+ Champion Leaves New House Speaker Red-Faced

The new Republican House Speaker has finally been chosen after weeks of turmoil and disagreement within the party, but one advocate for LGBTQ+ rights managed to embarrass the hard-right Republican, prompting a standing ovation from the audience. A Pointed Political Trolling  A gay Democratic representative seized an opportunity to troll the new Republican Speaker of … Read more

Hungary’s Clampdown on Expression – World Press Photo Exhibit Off-Limits to Teens Over LGBTQ+ Content

Hungary’s conservative government has stirred controversy by barring individuals under 18 from attending this year’s World Press Photo exhibition in Budapest.  Hungary’s Far-Right Restrictions The decision comes in the wake of a complaint from a far-right Hungarian lawmaker, who alleged that some of the exhibition’s photographs violate the country’s contentious law restricting LGBTQ+ content.  A … Read more

California Governor Vetoes LGBTQ Rights Bill, Eliciting Strong Reactions from Both Sides

California Governor Gavin Newsom issued vetoes for three bills on Friday, sparking reactions from both supporters and critics. The vetoes touch on crucial issues involving transgender children, self-driving trucks, and immigrant prisoners, leaving many to ponder their implications. LGBTQ Rights Veto One of the most contentious vetoes revolved around LGBTQ rights. Newsom’s rejection of Assembly … Read more

Traveling While Queer – LGBTQ+ Business Travelers Voice Fear Over Visiting Conservative States Amidst Surge in ‘Anti-woke’ Legislation

LGBTQ+ business travelers are becoming more worried about traveling to states with conservative views due to fears of safety. How are companies battling the stigma, and are employees right to worry? Employee Safety Paramount Companies and event organizers are now grappling with a delicate balancing act as they prioritize their employees’ safety outside the workplace. … Read more

“The Church Is Open to Everyone” – Pope’s Call for Love and Inclusion Contrasts With Church’s LGBTQ+ Position

In a pivotal statement, Pope Francis recently reiterated the Catholic Church’s commitment to being inclusive of LGBTQ+ individuals, despite certain regulations and restrictions. Here’s the full story. There Are Specific Rules During his return flight from the World Youth Day Catholic festival in Lisbon, the 86-year-old addressed reporters, acknowledging that while the Church is open … Read more

Attorney General Marshall Leads States Against Federal Rule on LGBTQ+ Youth in Foster Care

Attorney General Steve Marshall has taken the lead in challenging a new federal rule designed to address the needs of LGBTQ+ youth in the foster care system. The move, backed by attorney generals from 18 other states, underscores a growing tension between federal mandates and the autonomy of faith-based foster facilities. Opposition to Federal Rule … Read more

Divided Methodist Church: Congregations Vote to Break Away Amid LGBTQ+ Debate in Georgia

Over 250 congregations within the United Methodist Church in north Georgia have voted to break away, deepening the divide fueled by debates surrounding the LGBTQ+ community’s role within the denomination.  Growing Divide The mass departure of 250 congregations adds to the growing exodus since 2019, a year that witnessed a strengthening of bans on same-sex … Read more

Retired General Faces Backlash for Social Media Outburst Against First Lady, Questioning His Stance on Women’s Rights

A Retired Three Star General’s reply to a Jill Biden tweet landed him in trouble. Here’s the full story. No Rules Broken An Army investigation has determined that retired Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky, who had served as a Pentagon consultant, did not violate any legal or ethical rules by mocking First Lady Jill Biden’s position … Read more

Democrat Candidate Claims ‘Mediocre’ White People Can Get High-Salary Jobs Easily While Black Counterparts Have to Be ‘Perfect and Overqualified’

Democrat candidate Nadarius Clark’s claim that White individuals can secure high-paying jobs with relative ease compared to their Black counterparts has sparked a heated debate surrounding racial disparities in employment opportunities. Here’s the full story. The Podcast During an episode of his podcast, “Polititalk,” Clark, a closely watched candidate for the state legislature race in … Read more

Pope’s Historic Move – Embraces Blessings for Same-Sex Unions, Signifying Progressive Shift in Catholic Church

Historically, the Catholic church has not always been the most accepting of LGBTQ+ issues. But after a letter from Pope Francis became public on same-sex couples, it appears that significant change may be on the way for the church. The Holy Letter This week, Pope Francis made a stunning public statement implying that Catholic priests … Read more

Exploring Rosalynn Carter’s Legacy: Her Impact on the Role of Women in the White House

Condolences flood in as the nation mourns the passing of former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, celebrated for her transformative influence on the role of the first lady. Let’s see how she established the woman’s role in the White House. Carter Center Announcement The Carter Center announced her passing at 96, two days after entering hospice … Read more

San Francisco’s Allocation of Funds for Black and Latino Transgender Projects Raises Public Interest

Judicial Watch reveals that San Francisco directs tax dollars towards black and Latino transgender individuals through its “Guaranteed Income for Trans People” (GIFT) program, offering unrestricted financial support. What Is the GIFT Program? The GIFT program was set up to provide financial support to those who identify as transgender and extremely low-income (<30% of Area … Read more

Women’s ‘Spanish Football Team’ Sparks Backlash – Erasing Gender Distinctions Faces Criticism for Political Correctness

In a significant move in women’s football in Spain, the Spanish Football Federation recently announced a series of transformative changes following extensive discussions with the national women’s team. Here’s the whole story. The Background Amidst a backdrop of tension and discontent, the national women’s team reluctantly reported to camp in September, driven by worry about … Read more

Florida City Prioritizes Inclusivity – Plans to Convert Public Restrooms to All-Gender Facilities for Transgender Safety and Comfort

In a move to support the LGBTQ+ community, St. Petersburg, Florida, has taken steps to convert 164 of its public bathrooms into all-gender facilities. Here’s the full story. Bathrooms for All Genders The city’s Mayor, Ken Welch, signed an executive policy on September 1st to transform single occupancy, family restrooms, and changing facilities into all-gender … Read more

Conservative Muslim Groups in Indonesia Express Concern Over Coldplay Concert Due to LGBTQ Support

Indonesian Muslims have been marching in protest of a Coldplay concert in Jakarta. The uproar was in response to the band’s open support of the LGBTQ community.  Concert Protests in Jakarta More than 200 people rallied together in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, to protest a concert by British band Coldplay. The protest stood against … Read more

First Same-Sex Couple Legally Weds in Nepal Following Landmark Ruling

Nepal’s first same-sex marriage has been registered this week, with activists calling it an “historic” achievement for the Himalayan nation. First Same-Sex Marriage in Nepal A gay couple in Nepal has officially registered their marriage, making them the first same-sex couple to be legally married in the country.  Five Months After Legalization The marriage between … Read more

Nevada Judge Rules Against Female Health Initiative, Impacting Women’s Reproductive Health

Nevada Judge’s Decision Denies Ballot Initiative, Affecting Prospective Change in Reproductive Rights. Coalition’s Lawsuit The decision follows a lawsuit by the Coalition for Parents and Children PAC, which argued against the initiative, deeming it too broad. Single Subject Rule Violation District Judge James T. Russell sided with the PAC, stating that the initiative violated the … Read more

Florida Faith Communities Push Back Against DeSantis’ Curriculum, Advocate for Authentic Black History Education

Black churches and congregations in Florida now offer versions of Black history education that do not follow state-imposed guidelines. This comes in response to recent changes in Florida’s educational curriculum for K-12 students, which has sparked controversy and criticism. Changing Curriculum Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican and a 2024 presidential candidate, faced backlash after … Read more

ICC Implements New Policy Restricting Transgender Participation in International Cricket, Cites Safety and Integrity Concerns

In a move reportedly made to “protect the integrity” of the sport and the “safety of players,” the International Cricket Council has moved to ban transgender players from all international matches.  Ban on Transgender Players This week, the International Cricket Council announced its decision to ban all transgender players from international matches, with an exception … Read more

Iowa Faces Legal Challenge Over LGBTQ Book Restrictions: A Significant Case in the Ongoing Debate on Educational Content

In Iowa, families unite against a controversial law imposing restrictions on school libraries and LGBTQ+ discussions. Leading the Legal Charge The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa and Lambda jointly filed a federal lawsuit against the newly enacted law. Unpacking the Controversial Law The law controversially banned books, limited LGBTQ+ discussions, and mandated parental disclosure … Read more

Princeton’s ‘Healing Humanities’ Course Labels Black People as ‘Disabled’

Princeton University is under fire for teaching students that black men and women are disabled in this world because of systemic racism. Here’s the whole story.  The Course The name of the course being taught is “The Healing Humanities: Decolonizing Trauma Studies from the Global South.” The curriculum teaches students that black people should be … Read more

Oklahoma Judiciary Acts on Reproductive Health Legislation, Highlighting Women’s Rights Advocacy

Oklahoma’s highest court has placed a temporary halt on three laws which restricted access to abortion, in another apparent win for abortion rights activists. Here’s the full story.  Reproductive Rights Rollout The Oklahoma Supreme Court has temporarily halted three laws pertaining to abortion and abortion pills, possibly paving the way for a broader examination of … Read more

Controversy Erupts Over NFL’s Choice to Perform ‘Black National Anthem’ at Super Bowl

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The NFL’s decision to include the performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” often referred to as the “Black National Anthem,” at the opening of Super Bowl LVII has sparked severe online controversy. Here’s the full story. The Black Anthem As the nation watched, Sheryl Lee Ralph, star of the comedy series ‘Abbott Elementary,’ performed … Read more

Shocking Ban of Religious Attire in Schools Leads Pupils to Ditch Their Classrooms in France

France has stirred up fresh controversy in its schools about women’s clothing with a new ban on girls wearing religious clothing in state schools. Education Minister Takes a Stand Gabriel Attal, the education minister, announced that the long, flowing dresses often worn by Muslim women would be prohibited when the new term began. This decision … Read more

‘They Can Never Change the Past Wrongs’ – Convictions of 110 Black Soldiers Reversed by U.S. Army

The U.S. Army has made a historic decision to overturn the convictions of 110 Black soldiers, including 19 who were executed, for a mutiny in a Houston military camp a century ago. Here’s the full story.  Convictions Overturned In a significant move, the U.S. Army has decided to overturn the convictions of 110 Black soldiers, … Read more

Texas School Suspends Student Over Natural Afro Hair, Triggering National Protest

Stirring outrage and raising questions about the boundaries of individual expression and school policies, an 18-year-old Black student in Texas found himself suspended for wearing a natural hairstyle deemed an “expression of cultural pride.” A Teen’s Struggle Darryl George, an 18-year-old junior at Barbers Hill High School in Texas, recently found himself at the center … Read more

Hungarian Museums Introduce Age Restrictions for LGBTQ Exhibitions, Igniting a Cultural Debate

After a ban on youth attendance at the World Press Photo exhibition in Budapest, Hungary, a second Hungarian museum had restricted under-18s from viewing an exhibition with LGBTQ content.  Two Museums Under Forced Restrictions “It is not a question of restricting artistic works” – the Hungarian government has defended a second decision to bar minors … Read more

New House Speaker Mike Johnson Sparks Outrage – Calls to Repeal Marriage Equality, Deeming Homosexual Relationships ‘Unnatural’

Newly elected Speaker of the House Mike Johnson has a staunchly anti-LGBTQ record. Newly resurfaced evidence of his homophobia have LGBTQ Americans concerned about his new position of power. Mike Johnson Elected Speaker This week, Republican Representative and Trump ally Mike Johnson of Louisiana was elected Speaker of the House, prompting outrage from Democrats and … Read more

Cher’s Reaction to Roe v. Wade Overturn – A Star’s Fight for Women’s Rights

In a world where celebrity voices often echo beyond the confines of the entertainment industry, it’s not uncommon for public figures to express their political opinions. Cher, the iconic left-wing pop star, is no exception. Cher’s impassioned political statements have made headlines over the years. Her vow to leave the United States if former President … Read more

Iowa Families and Groups Advocate for LGBTQ+ Inclusion, Challenging State Law on Educational Content

Families and advocacy groups in Iowa have challenged a recently enacted law restricting LGBTQ+ content in schools, arguing it is unconstitutional. Here’s the full story. Legal Battle Unfolding  A legal battle is unfolding in Iowa as several families, backed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Iowa and Lambda, file a federal lawsuit against … Read more

Texas Attorney General’s Office Emphasizes Legal Empowerment for Women in Healthcare Disputes

In a recent courtroom battle at the Texas Supreme Court, lawyers from the state’s Attorney General’s Office delivered a controversial argument, proposing that women grappling with restricted abortion access should sue their doctors rather than the state. Abortion Law Under Scrutiny The debate centers on the stringent abortion law in Texas, prohibiting the procedure once … Read more

The Future of Black History Education – Dorsey High Leads the Way

Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High School has been the target of controversy with its new Advanced Placement African-American Studies course, which aims to teach students about the “Black experience.” Here’s the whole story.  New Class Causes Controversy “It’s the truth” – A new AP class at Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High School in Los Angeles … Read more

A Catholic Women School Announced It Will Start Accepting Trans Students to Foster “A Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Campus Experience”

Saint Mary’s College recently announced its decision to consider transgender women for admission starting in 2024 to foster inclusivity. Here’s the full story. The Decision This groundbreaking decision, confirmed via an email to students by college president Katie Conboy, has stirred both support and controversy. Not the First Catholic Women’s College The announcement was met … Read more

“Gender Apartheid” UN Calls for Iran to Reverse Hijab Law That Could Put Women and Businesses Behind Bars

Iran is poised to introduce even stricter hijab laws, threatening women up to a decade behind bars if they dare defy this controversial dress code. Here’s what we know about the shocking new law. Draconian Dress Code Women in Iran face prison sentences of up to 10 years for violating the mandatory hijab law. Individuals … Read more

India’s Court Shocks the World, Declares ‘Marriage Is Not a Fundamental Right’ for LGBTQ+ Community

Same-sex marriage will not be legalized as a result of a court decision on Tuesday. Find out what happens next for the country’s LGBTQ community. Gay Marriage Not Legalized in Shocking Decision On Tuesday, India’s Supreme Court decided that it would not legalize gay marriage. Instead, it will be up to parliament to decide if … Read more

Pope Francis’ Call for Compassion Towards LGBTQ Catholics Echoes Previous Support

Pope Francis responds to a request for clarity on whether transgender people can be baptized, serve as godparents, or act as wedding witnesses in the Catholic Church. Church Leaders Request Clarity on Transgender Issues Bishop José Negri from Santo Amaro, Brazil, reached out to the Vatican to request further guidance on whether transgender people had … Read more

Wealth Within Black And Hispanic Households in the U.S. Is on the Rise, But There’s Still a Huge Wage Gap Compared to White Households

Despite recent years showing remarkable strides in narrowing the wealth gap among Black and Hispanic Americans, a glaring wealth disparity still looms large when compared to their White counterparts. Mind The Gap The Federal Reserve’s latest Survey on Consumer Finances revealed insights into the net worth of different racial groups in the U.S.  Net Worth … Read more

Austria Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage and Compensates LGBTQ Victims of Past Laws

The Austrian government has set aside millions of euros in compensation for gay and lesbian citizens prosecuted for their sexuality over 20 years ago. Here’s the story. New Announcement for Austrian LGBTQ “It can never make up for the suffering and injustice.” – This week, Austrian justice minister Alma Zadić announced that the Austrian government … Read more

Longtime Migrants in Low-Income Districts Protest Favoritism Towards Newcomers in Housing and Work Permits

Protests are arising in cities as minority communities and migrants who have lived in the U.S. for decades become frustrated at new migrants receiving better benefits from the government. Cities Bearing the Brunt The clashes between old and new migrants mainly occur in cities such as New York and Chicago, where two key issues are … Read more

Governor Sanders’ Gender Language Order Sparks Controversy in Arkansas, Criticisms of Undermining Women’s Rights

Arkansas’ Republican governor, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, known for her staunch conservative values and her role as White House press secretary under Donald Trump, has recently taken a controversial step. She signed an executive order that bans the use of certain inclusive language in state documents, sparking a debate on gender identity and inclusivity. Banning “Woke” … Read more

Indonesia’s Conservative Muslim Groups Voice Concerns Over Coldplay Concert Due to LGBTQ Support

Indonesian Muslims have been marching in protest of a Coldplay concert in Jakarta. The uproar was in response to the band’s open support of the LGBTQ community.  Concert Protests in Jakarta On Wednesday more than 200 people rallied together in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, to protest a concert by British band Coldplay. The protest … Read more

LGBTQ+ Sex Ed on the Brink – Silence and Shadows Threaten Vital Teachings!

In a landscape of evolving sexual education standards, many LGBTQ+ students find themselves left out and unrepresented. As new restrictions loom, the challenge of accessing inclusive information becomes even more daunting. Lack of Inclusivity in Traditional Sex Education In fifth grade, Stella Gage’s class watched a video about puberty, and in ninth grade, they briefly … Read more