This past weekend, Washington University in St. Louis hosted the 11th annual Midwest LGBTQ Law Conference. Organized by OUTLaw, the gathering provides an opportunity for law students, professors, practitioners, judges and others to come together to discuss legal issues in the Midwest, and focuses on a different theme each year.
Missouri schools didn't make the cut when Campus Pride announced yesterday the 2015 Campus Pride Top 25 LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges & Universities. For seven years, the listing has highlighted the most LGBTQ-inclusive colleges and universities when it comes to policy, program and practice in higher education.
The Culture Wars are really over. Most Americans believe gay people should marry, abortion should be legal, contraception readily available. So, what is a lost culture warrior to do?
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In the weeks following the Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage is a legal right nationwide, a new poll by Gallup indicates that nearly six in ten Americans (58%) think “gay marriage should be valid.”