Kareem is right. When 70 percent of the population identifies as Christian, it's hard to make the case that there's a war on Christianity just because a few fanatics are blocked from using the civil law to discriminate against those who don't agree with them.
Goodness. (Not referring to the fall.)
Devon Still of the Bengals and his daughter Leah, who is battling cancer, were honored last night at the ESPYs.
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The first thing Abby Wambach did after winning the World Cup was to kiss her wife http://bit.ly/1ex9Oge
The legendary Telemundo announcer gives the definitive call of Carly Lloyd's goal scored from the midfield line in yesterday's World Cup final against Japan.
The highlights reel from Sunday's game 5 shows an extraordinary level of play in the NBA finals as the Warriors take the lead over the Cavs, 3 games to 2. Steph Curry shows why he is the league's MVP as he displays his magical ball-handling skills in this thrilling matchup with the magnificent LeBron James. Crucially, however, Curry receives strong support from his teammates, which he needs as the Cavs show their grit with ferocious play despite the absence of injured all-stars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love. This is championship play at its best.
Two-year-old Riley Curry is rivaling her MVP dad for watchability. She is also rivaling Marshawn Lynch in postgame press conference antics. The question is, who is going to play her--Key or Peele? I suppose some sports reporters are annoyed by Steph bringing her with him, but she creates a lot more viewer interest. And I'm sure that annoys them more, bringing a bunch of giggling tourists into their hallowed athletic precincts. I think it's a brilliant move on Steph's part.
Who knows what'll happen from here on out, but this guy is spectacular. His behind-the-back moves will make you grin.
Congrats to Derrick Gordon and Seton Hall. This young athlete's character and spirit are a joy to behold. Good luck to him in the coming year.
Another image from the GLAAD Media Awards.
There are not three finer men than Jason Collins, Derrick Gordon, and Michael Sam. Thank you guys for finding your strength and thereby helping so many others.
Marshall University running back Steward Marshall jumped out of a car and assaulted a gay couple. He might have gotten away with it, but there was video.
Advocate reports on Steven and Rick Simone-Friedland, the husbands featured on the kiss cam at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, a video which has gone viral. The crowd cheered.
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A Camden Yards empty of fans provided an eerie backdrop for today's Orioles game against the White Sox.
The Chief Operating Officer of the Baltimore Orioles, John Angelos, made an eloquent statement on racial and economic injustices in his city. Keith Olbermann explains.
What a remarkable outpouring we have seen of LGBT-affirming statements in response to Gov. Pence's signing of an anti-gay law disguised as a defense of religious freedom.
I love this story.
Advocate reports on the quick and harsh reactions to Indiana Governor Pence signing what is in fact a religious supremacy bill, not a religious freedom bill--unless you mean the freedom to discriminate and split apart our diverse society.
My God is not a bully. I will not worship a god who is a bully. I will not obey a bullying god. I will not attend a bullying church. I will not respect bullying clergy. I will not remain silent as religious bullies seek to impose their beliefs on others in the guise of "religious freedom" bills. I live in a religiously and culturally diverse society, where faith-based discrimination in the public square undermines the civic order and social cohesion. I will fight the bullies. I will demand that editors and reporters call religious supremacy what it is, and not let them swallow the right-wing spin about religious freedom. Please join me in this recognition and this fight to uphold secular American values.