The Court says emotional distress is no longer worthy of compensatory damages, further stripping marginalized peoples—the most frequent victims of discrimination—of their protections.
On Tuesday, the Court heard opening arguments about whether LGB and trans people are worthy of anti-discrimination protections. The outcome will impact us all.
In a bigoted campaign launched with tweets, this administration has confirmed our worst fears about its anti-LGBTQ plans. How far can this go?
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of the baker who claimed “religious reasons” for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, we're all in trouble.
Innumerable "harrowing" exposés written by “undercover” non-Muslim reporters don't tell the real story. Just ask this Muslim writer who wears a hijab every day on the secular American streets.