The hysteria is misplaced. But it's also telling.
That Principled Conservative Embrace of Anti-Gay Businesses Somehow Doesn't Extend to Anti-Anti-Gay Businesses
The conservative logic on the Mozilla firing
On the right, the Arizona anti-gay bill was about freedom for business owners. But the Mozilla firing is fascism.
The campaign against Mozilla's CEO was the height of intolerance
Why is it now insufficient to debate our adversaries and coexist with them? Why must we now shame, censure, silence?
Even where it's already legal
Anti-discrimination laws can't protect gay people against the new "religious freedom."
Liberals have a problem with bright shiny objects
By all means, celebrate the Arizona gay-rights victory. But don't forget about other issues in other states.
What scholars had to say about the recent spate of anti-gay bills.
Arizona's proposed law would have frightening unintended consequences.
Everyone is ready for a gay football player—except NFL execs and certain sports reporters, apparently.
"We’ve given over 200 interviews in the last month,” says the owner of Sochi's gay bar.
I recently wrote in an essay for The New Republic that gayness is, at least for me, a choice. My critics’ response was immediate and unanimous: That's impossible, they replied, because science has proven that gays are born that way. I was also accused of conflating identity and desire, and I even read that my position could get LGBT people killed. I'll take these arguments one at a time.