LGBTQ Politics

UK council apologizes for censoring Franklin Graham event ads; pays over $150K in damages

"Along with issuing an apology last week for pulling the ads because they opposed the evangelical group’s conservative views on LGBT issues, the Blackpool Council in Lancashire also agreed to pay damages of over $150,200 (£109,000)." - C.Post 

Also at C.Today: British City Apologizes for Removing Franklin Graham Ads

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California bars state-funded travel to 5 more states over LGBT laws; 17 now banned

"California added Florida, Arkansas, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia to its list of states banned from state-funded, state-sponsored travel due to a wave recently passed legislation that California Democrats deems “discriminatory” toward LGBT individuals." - C.Post

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UK-based Methodist Church votes to approve gay marriage, recognize cohabitating couples

"The conference voted 256-45 to allow its ministers to perform same-sex wedding ceremonies .... Regarding cohabitation, the conference approved a resolution stating that it 'recognises that the love of God is present' either 'through informal cohabitation or a more formal commitment entered into publicly.'" - C.Post

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What a Title IX lawsuit might mean for religious universities

"REAP is leaning on the Court’s decision v. Bob Jones University as a legal precedent for its lawsuit. And this lawsuit comes at a challenging moment for evangelical schools that discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation." - The Conversation

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Biden’s DOJ Says Its Interests Align With Those of Christian Universities Named in Suit

"The CCCU and the universities expressed concern that the federal government will not “vigorously” defend the schools named in the suit and might even be “openly hostile” toward them. But the DOJ argues that this will not be the case because its interests are not in opposition to the interests of the Christian organizations named in the lawsuit." - C.Leaders

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