The Larsens Win! Appeals Court Breathes New Life into Filmmakers’ Case

Over two years ago, Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit on behalf of two Minnesota filmmakers, Carl and Angel Larsen.

As parents of eight children, they never anticipated that this would be something they would need to do.

But when Carl and Angel realized a state law was threatening their right to live and work according to their beliefs, they decided to take a stand – for themselves, for their eight kids, and for all Americans. More>>

‘Violation of Trust’: Alabama Public Television Bans ‘Arthur’ Same-Sex Marriage Episode

Alabama Public Television (APT) decided not to air an “Arthur” episode depicting same-sex marriage because officials believed it would violate parents’ trust.

The animated children’s TV show launched its 22nd season with “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone” on May 13, where  Arthur’s third-grade teacher Mr. Ratburn gets married to a male character in the episode. More>>

Ex-Gay Pastor’s Counseling of Those Questioning Their Sexuality Could Be at Risk With Equality Act

Ken Williams represents what some activists say is impossible: Previously gay, he’s now married to a woman and has kids. He says God has helped him change. Williams now works at a church and counsels people who face their own unwanted sexual attractions—but some say his work should be illegal. More>>