Students at Fordham University recently hosted a production of “The Vagina Monologues” that did not require presenters to have … a vagina. It’s the latest among several student productions that have amended the venerable play to be more inclusive to biological men who identify as women.
A band of young courageous ex-gays and ex-transgenders from around the United States converged on the Nation’s Capital on the weekend to proclaim in public the freedom they have found by having a relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has once again come under fire, along “Amazon Smile,” for its anti-Christian targeting, this time by a prominent Christian legal scholar whose organization he said was slandered.
Mike Farris of the Alliance Defending Freedom joins other Christian organization leaders who are calling out the SPLC as a far-left partisan group that uses slander against organizations they disagree with.
FACEBOOK has been accused of helping Islamist extremists connect with each other through its ‘suggested friends’ feature. The social networking media giant has already been heavily criticised for failing to remove terrorist-related material from its platform.
The prayer referenced was one given on the House floor during last year’s tax cut debates, in which Conroy requested, “May all members be mindful that the institutions and structures of our great nation guarantee the opportunities that have allowed some to achieve great success, while others continue to struggle. May their efforts these days guarantee that there are not winners and losers under new tax laws, but benefits balanced and shared by all Americans.”
A homosexual Facebook page has claimed victory after a Christian bridal shop in Bloomsburg, PA was forced to shut down.
Owners of W.W. Bridal Boutique closed its doors at the end of March, claiming it could no longer safely stay in business after it received numerous threats that its owners would be killed, their children raped and their business burned to the ground.
Iowa is on the verge of passing the strictest abortion ban in the United States, outlawing the procedure when a fetal heartbeat is detected, though some pro-life groups have said that they are disappointed that exceptions were allowed for cases of rape and incest.
A controversial mass based around the music and messages of pop-icon Beyoncé Knowles-Carter drew as many as 900 people to an Episcopal cathedral in San Francisco last week, up from around the 50 who usually attend weekday services.
A Colorado-based ministry is canceling an upcoming young adult conference in California due to uncertainty about pending legislation in that state banning goods and services that promote a biblical view of sexual identity.
Penn State’s homecoming committee has changed its policies for the 2018 Homecoming court to foster what it calls “diversity and gender inclusivity,” abolishing the titles of king and queen in favor of an unsexed “award.”