When British sci-fi series "Doctor Who" returns for a 36th season this month, it will have one less viewer. It appears as though one notable right wing christian fan of the show won't be tuning in as a result of the inclusion of a gay character.
HRC releases "Coming Home to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and to Self," a guide for LGBTQ Mormons.
North Carolina church leaders have told a Boy Scout troop and Cub Scout pack they're no longer welcome to use their facilities as a home base after the Boy Scouts of America decided in January to allow transgender boys.
Breaking the cycle of "homosexual dominance" in the media must take an herculean effort, at least according to Pat Robertson. That's why he's reaching out to an actor famous for playing the Greek hero to make some movies.
Ken Ham, the man behind the Noah's Ark theme park in Kentucky, took a break from spending taxpayer dollars on elaborate science-denial to blast the new "Power Rangers" movie over the inclusion of a lesbian character.
Why did the three nuns cross the road? To get to their jobs on the other side.
If spring break or other travel takes you away from home during Passover, the Jewish outreach organization Chabad-Lubavitch hosts communal Seders in cities, on college campuses and in vacation destinations around the world.
While Republicans continue to lick their collective wounds after Friday's failure of their long-promised repeal and replace of Obamacare, televangelist Pat Robertson may want to have a few minutes of his "700 Club" video archives conveniently "disappear."
A baking miracle rivaled only by the New Testament's story of "The loaves and fishes" reportedly took place in Dallas last week, when a pastor claimed an "anointed cake" baked by prostitutes turned a gay bar owner heterosexual.
Debuting as an OpEd for the online version of The New York Times titled "The Terrifying, Tolerance-Promoting 'Beauty and the Beast," Randy Rainbow appears as villain Gaston from the classic tale, singing "Kill the Release."