Pope Francis needs his gay Priests

To the shock of many of us LGBT people of faith is the Vatican’s recent decision in the document “The Gift of Priestly Vocation,” to ban gays...

Open Letter: First 100 days at Hudson Pride

As the new Executive Director of Hudson Pride Center, I wanted to share with you some feelings on my first 100 days. Within my 100 days,...

The darkest day: ‘I don’t know how to get past this’

I check my phone at 3 am and I see that he has won. I struggle to go back to sleep but I wind up...

Matt Walsh is a creep writing for the Daily Wire

Creep of the Week It should be obvious by now that the Creep of the Week every week is Donald Trump. He is a...

A tale of two paintings

The most amusing thing in recent news is that the President believes he has a prized and touted Renoir, “Two Sisters on a Terrace.”...

The aftermath of Orlando – 7 relative positives that came from...

It’s been a few weeks since a terroristic madman massacred 49 innocent partygoers in cold blood and injured 53 others at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, and while the pain of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history is still fresh for many of us, some of the smoke has cleared, giving way to a more rational perspective. Without the Everest-level emotions that flooded our collective consciousness in the immediate wake of the attack, thus distorting our cognitive thinking – and fueling our rage – we can now take a step back from one of the deadliest days in American and LGBT history to appreciate what has risen from our slain brothers and sisters’ ashes. Like these seven positive side effects.

Our votes are our greatest defense

Editor's Letter Recently, we learned that Anthony Kennedy will be retiring on July 31, which opened the door for the president to nominate his...

United Methodist Church is still struggling for LGBT inclusion

The One Church plan is inclusive The United Methodist Church is still in need of prayer when it comes to full inclusion of its...

Creep of the Week: Manny Pacquiao

PacquaiaoCreep of the Week

Let's pretend that it's your job to get punched in the head over and over and over again by muscular men who train for hours every day with the specific goal of hitting you harder. Granted, you also hit these men in the head, but that doesn't change the fact that getting punched is your job. And you do this for years.

Who was “Detroit’s” intended movie audience?

Fifty years ago this summer, an urban rebellion took place. One hundred and fifty-nine riots erupted in African American cities across the country. The...