Protestors stop drag queen at San Fernando library
“What was meant to be a celebration of love and inclusion turned into the opposite”

Dozens of protesters physically blocked the entrance to the San Fernando Library this week to stop a scheduled drag storytime reading event from taking place. Videos posted on social media showed a group of about 70 people

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Synod’s wideness went in one direction
Cardinal Hollerich, Father Timothy Radcliffe, Sister Jeanine Gramick, Fr. James Martin consulted on homosexuality but not the leaders of Courage

I am now home from Rome and want to try to summarize what I had learned while there and my overall impressions about the Synod. Let me start with an anecdote. Fifteen years ago,

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Loyola Marymount pushes LGBTQ+ candidates to run
Peter Staley, Lisa Middleton, Evan Low, John Heilman come to campus

LGBTQ+ Victory Institute, a national organization dedicated to elevating out LGBTQ+ leaders at all levels of government, partnered up with Loyola Marymount University’s LGBTQ+ Politics Research Initiative to learn more about LGBTQ+ candidates in the U.S.: What motivated them to

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California will shut out parents who don’t agree with transgenderism
Bill passes Friday requiring gender affirmation in child custody

The California State Assembly passed a bill Friday that would require judges in child custody cases to consider whether a parent has affirmed a child’s “gender transition” by making “gender affirmation” an equal part of a child’s “health, safety, and

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Monterey County school pays mom for hiding daughter’s transition
Two teachers and principal of Spreckels School District named

A California public school district awarded a $100,000 settlement to a single mother after she sued them for “socially transitioning” her 11-year-old daughter behind her back. In her case, Jessica Konen was represented by the Center

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