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Sports | Cycling

My Name is Windy: The Scene at the 2021 CX Nats – Carmen Aiken

Act One: We Can’t Stop Here, This is Nats Country! In which our anti-hero-TeamLifeLOL-genderwhatever sets the stage with cold takes on Chicago-lite. What a December it was for The Cyclocross in Chicago. I’ve seen a few different versions of th

News | News

Some Faith Leaders Call Equality Act Devastating; For Others, It's God's Will

Some religious groups fear the Equality Act could undermine the freedom to exercise traditional faith beliefs. Other denominations say anti-LGBTQ discrimination cannot be tolerated.

Politics | Woke Insanity

Pedophiles Believe They Should Be A Part Of The LGBT Community

'Minor Attracted Persons'

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

'Lesbian Activists' Stall London Pride Parade To Protest Against Transgenders

In a bizarre scene Saturday, a group of "lesbian activists" disrupted and stalled the London Pride Parade, in what they called a protest against the event's inclusion of transgender individuals.

Politics | Woke Insanity

School District Refuses To Permit Parents To See LGBT Videos Students Were Forced To Watch

In a Pennsylvania school district, after roughly 2,800 students were forced to watch LGBT videos during LGBT "Unity Week" in April, parents and conservative activists asked the district to provide links to the videos so they could see what their children

Politics | Trump Politics

LGBT videos shown at East Penn School District cause uproar

Controversy at the East Penn School District is getting national attention. Videos involving the LGBT community played at Emmaus High School, sparking concern and debate between some parents, students and national organizations.

Miscellaneous | Interviews

A Conversation with Rabbi Artson | Jlife

News | News

A Faith Killing | Jlife

While Israeli society in general is very positive toward LGBT communities, “there are still hotbeds of hatred and of homophobia,” said Tom Canning, a spokesman for Jerusalem Open House for Pride and Tolerance. LGBT people in Israel are regularly victims of discrimination. “It can be violence, it can be rejection of services, it can be slurs on the street,” Canning added.