Student and local LGBTQ activists crowded in front of the Wright Center at Samford University in Birmingham on Thursday to pressure the private Christian college into removing what they call anti-LGBTQ policies.
Two vacant office buildings in Homewood may soon become living communities for disabled and LGBTQ seniors.
Selma High School recently received a grant that includes funding for LGBTQ+ literature and a field trip to a “queer heritage site.”
The City of Birmingham was awarded the highest possible score from the Human Rights Campaign in its Municipal Equality Index for 2022, which rewards scores for cities based on factors such as providing transgender-inclusive health care benefits and employing an “LGBTQ+ Liaison” among other criteria.
Library board members are charging ahead, making the giant leap to equate protecting the innocence of children with “censorship” and “book banning.”
Most Alabamian Christians exhibit one of two reactions to the LGBTQ movement. The first is outrage. The second is indifference.
The city of Mobile’s LGBTQ liaisons and the Southwest Alabama Inclusion Project gathered Thursday for a “Queer Town Hall.”
All it takes is a little education for the folks who receive the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s toothless threats, and most of the FFRF's power evaporates.
Legislation is in the works to remove $5 million in funding to the Alabama Department of Archives and History after it hosted a luncheon about Alabama's LGBTQ history.
"Invisible No More: Alabama’s LGBTQ+ History" is the topic of the department’s June Food for Thought luncheon.
The Alabama Department of Archives and History is hosting a luncheon this week to hear about Alabama’s LGBTQ history.
Concerned citizens in Mobile and Baldwin Counties are taking action to protect family values and children during LGBT Pride Month. At least one expert even believes part of the LGBT movement is connected to a much more sophisticated, dangerous operation that is a threat to the U.S. Constitution.
A group has formed in reaction to progressive moves being made in the city of Fairhope. Now, the group is planning an event to overshadow a pride festival planned for this weekend.
The Alabama state director for the Human Rights Campaign responded to the signing of House Bill 261, which protects college athletes.
A Lee County LGBTQ organization Pride on the Plains hosted a drag show for children on Tuesday night during a “family fun night” at the local Auburn coffee shop Coffee Mafia.
An online petition has been gaining signatures daily in the ongoing battle of Autauga County residents addressing LGBTQ+ books in the children’s section of the public library.
A “family friendly” drag show is scheduled in Birmingham for this Saturday, featuring a number of state-based performers.
The Eagle Forum of Alabama and the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) came together Friday for a forum at Government Street Baptist Church in, Mobile. The forum focused on LGBTQ initiatives set forth by the city of Mobile.
A Huntsville middle school teacher has come under fire for appearing in non-school-related functions dressed in drag and reading suggestive books to children.
A group of Madison City School parents has lodged a complaint against the Board of Education, claiming the school allowed the promotion of LGBTQ+ materials during school activities and school hours.
Madison City School (MCS) teachers were told to take down rainbow flags, according to a statement from the school district superintendent Ed Nichols.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has released information on growing tension and polarization between America’s political left and right.
More Government entities are supporting LGBTQ+ corporations, even those who market books on being transgender and non-binary to kids as young as five.