Televangelist Pat Robertson has died, but his anti-LGBTQ legacy will live on

Televangelist Pat Robertson, known as one of the nation’s most vicious anti-LGBTQ evangelical Christian leaders, has died at the age of 93. “Pat Robertson, longtime TV host, religious broadcaster, educator, humanitarian, and one-time presidential candidate, died at his home in Virginia Beach early Thursday morning. He was 93,” a Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) press release…

Which state is the most closeted in the US?

A new study from a market research firm in Austin, Texas reveals where in the U.S. the most people are questioning their sexuality. The unlikely answer comes from the politically red, religiously conservative Utah, a finding that earns the Mormon enclave the title “most closeted” among the 50 states and the District of Columbia. “The…

Don’t be fooled by boycotts: most Americans want companies to support LGBTQ community

The recently released “Accelerating Acceptance” study from the LGBTQ media monitoring organization GLAAD surveyed over 2,500 adults who don’t identify as LGBTQ.  The survey found that 96 percent of survey respondents believe that schools should be safe places for LGBTQ students, 91 percent believe that LGBTQ people should live a life free from discrimination, 84…


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