You don’t have to share Jack Phillips’ religious views to believe that the state should just leave him alone, and the couple should engage a baker who supports their preferences, or doesn’t care either way.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 Monday that a Colorado baker’s right to exercise his religion had been denied when a state agency penalized him for declining, based on his religious beliefs, to create a custom cake for a same-sex wedding.
Parents are calling the material “too much, too soon” and age-inappropriate while San Diego officials defend the curriculum by arguing that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention supports the lesson plans.
School districts in Australia are seriously considering banning books for children that include the words “boy” and “girl” because they don’t want young children ascribing to gender stereotypes.
The Department of Public Safety has now been officially deputized as the Vermont bathroom police with the power to inspect toilet signs, punish businesses that are not in compliance, and even revoke someone’s business license for the outrageous act of tacking a silhouette of a guy in pants and a woman in a dress to the door of their loo.
Ontario issued its first gender neutral birth certificate Tuesday, meaning Canadian citizens living in the province of Ontario will now be able to remove gender from their certificate of birth or note whichever gender accords with their chosen identity.
On Wednesday, the Boy Scouts announced that their signature program known simply as the “Boy Scouts” will no longer bear the word “boy.” Beginning in February, it will be known as Scouts BSA. This change comes only months after the Boy Scouts announced girls would be allowed into the program.
If the bill becomes law, it could punish the speech of religious leaders who preach chastity and maintain that sexual activity should be limited to marriage between one man and one woman. It could also punish religiously-affiliated counseling services who counsel patients who do not wish to act upon their same-sex attraction.
Two developments — one in California and one in Delaware — in the past few weeks point toward greater developments in the spread of transgender ideology.
The president of Indiana University Pennsylvania confronted recent campus challenges to the First Amendment on Monday and settled the case of a censored student.
This legacy of moral clarity and courage is the inheritance of every Republican. It was in that spirit that the delegates at this year’s State Convention of the Kansas Republican Party passed a resolution regarding human sexual identity.