The Starkville Pride parade happened this weekend, giving the small Mississippi town record-breaking attendance and reminding us of an important fact
Here’s How LGBTQ Citizens Got a Homophobic Mississippi Town to Approve Their Controversial Pride Parade
The Starkville Pride parade will happen now that the Mississippi city has re-voted to approve the march permit (and the threat of a federal lawsuit helped)
There will be no Starkville Pride parade as the city’s Board of Aldermen voted to deny organizers the proper permits
A bartender at a gay bar got an interesting phone call when the frantic mother of a newly out teenager called asking for some parental advice
Mississippi’s anti-LGBT law went into effect this month, but a U.S. District Court has come up with a possible way to kill it
In Mississippi, Anti-LGBT legislation passed that could make it legal to discriminate against queer people AND people who’ve had sex before marriage
Mississippi’s HB 1523 has been called the most anti-LGBTQ law in the nation, and now, thanks to a federal appeals court, it’s completely legal
The legal team of Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit defending House Bill 1523, a law which would allow people to discriminate against same-sex couples, transgender people and premarital sex on the basis of “sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions”. Although the state […]
The U.S. Supreme Court declared anti-sodomy laws as unconstitutional back in 2003, so why are several states still prosecuting men for sodomy?
U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves just stopped the nation’s most anti-LGBT law from going into effect. Here’s how he did it…
Not only is it near impossible to boycott pro-trans businesses in America, the U.S. anti-trans movement is actually doing very badly.
Soon, anyone in Mississippi will be able to discriminate against LGBT people, unmarried partners and anyone God hates… that includes straight people too.