I so believed that the top-rated reality show, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy has put gay men into the “respect” zone when the show itself proved that there is nothing wrong with gay people and their sexual orientation. Well, for one, the show did prove something worthy aside that it is very interesting. However, […]
So 50 years ago, 27th July, the Sexual Offences Act 1967 received royal assent, partially decriminalizing homosexuality and starting along a difficult journey to end discrimination and harassment of LGBT people.
Faith-based adoption and foster care agencies, even those in deals with the state, can now legally reject prospective parents whose identities don’t line up with their religion. And, it’s all thanks to Senate Bill 1140—legislation signed into law by Governor Mary Fallin yesterday afternoon.