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Blog Jul, 24, 2014
A Gay Christian Athlete's Letter To David Tyree

This week, David Tyree, who has publicly opposed same-sex marriage and promoted conversion therapy, was hired by the New York Giants as the director of player development.

Blog May, 02, 2013
On NBA Center Jason Collins' Coming Out: The Truth Will Set You Free

In a profoundly simple way, NBA veteran Jason Collins became the first active player in one of the four major U.S. professional sports to come out as gay. Collins said, "I'm a 34 year old NBA Center. I'm black. And I'm gay" in a first-person article posted on April 29 on Sports' Illustrated website.

Blog Apr, 26, 2013
The Illusion Of The Middle Ground

In recent years some Christian leaders have responded to the gay issue by making a ministry of "building bridges" between those who believe that being gay is a sin and those who don't.

Blog Mar, 20, 2013
My Faith Taught Me To Love

It was an ordinary morning, except my partner was the one still lazing about in bed rather than me.

I intended to wake her with a kiss and a cup of tea but I was suddenly stopped short. I stood fixed in the bedroom doorway watching her sleep when it struck me: I love her.

News Feb, 19, 2013
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne Thanks Historic Gay-Positive Church

Premier Kathleen Wynne thanked a historic Toronto church Sunday for being a place of refuge when she was coming out in the 1990s.

Blog Jan, 29, 2013
Bishop Gene Robinson Accepts Award for Commitment to LGBT Equality

The 25th National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change, was held in Atlanta last week. Sponsored by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, the conference is an annual organizing and skills-building event that attracts over 3,000 attendees each year. 

News Jun, 05, 2012
Hundreds Of Iowa Methodists Protest Church Stand On Gays

By Todd Erzen, Des Moines Register

Hundreds of Iowa Methodists signed protest documents at their annual conference Sunday declaring they are prepared to buck the leadership of their church on matters concerning gays and gay marriage.