“It’s a very controversial issue,” said James Campbell, one of the men who contacted state officials. “There’s a tremendous body of evidence against Darwinian evolution, and we think people should be aware of that.”
Many of Leonard Nimoy’s friends and fans have reacted to news of his passing on social media. His most iconic friend — the Shatner to his Spock — wrote: "I loved him like a brother. We will all miss his humor, his talent, and his capacity to love."
While an American Muslim girl sang the “Star Spangled Banner” inside the statehouse in Oklahoma City, about two dozen anti-Islamic protesters outside hurled insults at the group, mostly students, as they visited the Capitol to speak with lawmakers.
Officials in North Carolina handed down a ruling that attempts to clarify rules regarding “consensual sexual relations” between lobbyists and state lawmakers. But critics contend that it leaves the door open for third-party arranged liaisons.
The Missouri man whose gay-to-straight “conversion” video went viral last year said that the clip has cost him, “mentally and physically,” and that he continues to struggle with his desires for other men.
The Wisconsin governor's proposed budget would not merely cut nearly $300 million from the University of Wisconsin system, it would eliminate the requirement that campus employees report sexual assaults they have witnessed.
Last year, two players on the Erskine volleyball team, Drew Davis and Juan Verona, went public with the fact that they are gay men. The team went on to play against the top teams in the nation at the NCAA tournament.