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Thirty-five psychologists have resigned from the United Kingdom’s gender identity clinic in London since 2016, with several doctors warning that children are being “over-diagnosed and over-medicalized.”
The Hallmark Channel announced Dec. 15 that it will reinstate four LGBTQ-themed commercials after coming under fire from celebrities, politicians and homosexual advocates for its previous decision to pull the ads from its programming.
Edmonton, Alberta, is among the latest in a growing wave of Canadian cities passing strict bans on anything deemed “conversion therapy” for people with same-sex attraction or gender confusion, with Edmonton’s law being lauded as a model.
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed former Nevada and Montana solicitor general Lawrence VanDyke as a judge for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals following a contentious process that included attacks on him for his traditional views on sexuality and marriage.
A New York City Democratic legislator has introduced a bill in the New York State Assembly mandating that the state’s public university system provide free abortion medications at all State University of New York health centers.
On Dec. 6, Texas family law court Judge Kim Cooks, who had presided over the case of 7-year-old James Younger since 2017, was recused from any further work on James’ case, based on an appeal filed Nov. 5 by the boy’s mother, pediatrician Anne Georgulas.
On Nov. 21, a California charter school barred 13-year-old Brooklyn Benzel from playing her favorite Christmas carol, “Joy to the World,” because it was deemed “too religious.” The school reversed its decision less than a week later, after threat of legal action.
Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, is facing a lawsuit brought forth by a former student who claims she was discriminated against when she was allegedly expelled for being in a same-sex marriage.
Pennsylvania Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday vetoed an amended version of the 1989 Abortion Control Act that would have prohibited abortions because of a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome, which occurs when an individual has a full or partial extra copy of chromosome 21.
On Nov. 14, several pro-life organizations filed suit against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for a newly signed state law that requires them to employ workers even if they oppose their statement of faith and pro-life beliefs.
A federal appeals court Nov. 13 gave at least a temporary victory to a Christian school that was banned from praying over the loudspeaker before a high school football game. The ruling sends the case back to a lower court to be heard a second time.
Grammy-nominated artist Ellie Goulding is threatening to back out of her halftime performance at the Dallas Cowboys’ nationally televised Thanksgiving football game unless the Salvation Army, a Christian organization, makes a “solid, committed pledge or donation to the LGBTQ community.”
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit issued an emergency order Nov. 11 to temporarily block New York officials from trying to shut down a faith-based adoption agency that exclusively places children in homes with a married mother and father.
A University of Montana women’s cross country runner known as June Eastwood—a biological male—was named last week’s Big Sky Conference athlete of the week in the sport after finishing second among 204 runners at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational in Sunnyvale, California.
A family court judge in Dallas on Thursday ruled in a contentious and highly publicized custody case that a father of a 7-year-old boy has a say in the boy’s medical treatments, including the stated intentions of the boy’s mother to give him life-altering gender transition treatments.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced via Twitter on Wednesday that the state would be investigating the matter of 7-year-old James Younger of Dallas, a boy caught in a custody battle over the insistence by his pediatrician mother that he receive life-altering gender reassignment treatments against the wishes of his father.
Texas Democrat Beto O’Rourke, one of nine Democratic presidential candidates to take part in CNN’s LGBTQ town hall event Oct. 10, found himself in hot water with conservatives after declaring that as president, he would revoke the tax-exempt status of religious institutions that don’t support same-sex marriage.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and his wife, Maria, have invited the people of their state to join them today in a voluntary “Day of Prayer, Humility and Fasting.” Atheist groups objected, claiming that the proclamation violates the U.S. Constitution.
A federal district court judge in Texas ruled this week that Obamacare regulations mandating medical facilities provide abortion and transgender care services violates the rights of private healthcare providers and insurers who do not facilitate such services because of their religious beliefs.
Just last month, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the state of Minnesota could not force Christian wedding videographers Carl and Angel Larsen to create content that violates their religious beliefs. With this decision, the Larsens thought their three-year court battle was over. But it turns out Minnesota officials aren’t willing to accept defeat.
A federal judge has permanently struck down a Tampa, Florida, ordinance that prohibited licensed counselors from providing voluntary talk therapy to minors experiencing unwanted same-sex attraction and confusion about their gender identity.