The Colorado Baker Who Refused Service to a Same-Sex Couple is Back In Court

Last June, the Supreme Court narrowly ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused service to a gay couple. Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, is making headlines again. This time, the baker is declining to make a blue and pink birthday cake for a transgender woman. Lawyers for Philips responded to the complaint in U.S. District Court on Tuesday: “The cake’s design would have celebrated messages contrary to his religious belief that sex — the status of being male or female — is given…

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Joe Biden Starts LGBTQ Acceptance Campaign

It’s been a while since ex-Vice President Joe Biden has made a public appearance. However, his most recent appearance shows that his spirit for change and innovation remains as strong as ever. Biden has started a new initiative, “As You Are,” which focuses on promoting community acceptance for LGBTQ youth. The campaign focuses on giving a voice to LGBTQ youth, parents, family members, and educators. He hopes that their stories will inspire others to accept LGBTQ people in their community. In Biden’s words, he created the program “with the hope…

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Sen. bill adds sexual orientation and gender identity questions to censuses

A group of Democrat senators have created a bill that would require for citizens to identify their gender identity and sexual orientation in the 2030 census, which is the nation’s largest survey. Questions related to those two topics have been included in the Census Equality Act, as a difference from previous constitutional requirements. So far, U.S. citizens have had to select “male” or “female” when it comes to their gender during the censuses, and described their marriage in either “same-sex” or “opposite-sex”. Analysts have stated that opening more options for…

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Bohemian Rhapsody’s Official Trailer Will Rock You!

It’s been over two months since the teaser trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody was released. Now, an official trailer has been released, and it has only furthered audiences’ rocking and rolling anticipation of this movie. November 2nd cannot come soon enough. The official trailer is very similar to the teaser, but it does feature new footage. More importantly, it highlights more of the movie’s central conflicts. The trailer gives viewers a peek of many the many conflicts which Queen faced throughout their time as a band: radio stations refusing to play Queen’s music,…

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Millennials On The Rise

Millennials, born between 1980 and 1995, are beginning to be elected to Congress. This fact could potentially shift the United States’ political system towards democratic socialism. Millennials could one day make up the largest generational group in Congress, and that time is starting now. Starting, specifically, with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Cortez is a 28-year-old democratic socialist who won Tuesday’s primary in New York, thus becoming the youngest women in Congress. Cortez was born and raised in the Bronx. She started off humbly, working as a bartender in a Tequila Bar. Cortez is…

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