The Supreme Court of Appeal has declared the controversial definition of ‘hate speech’ unconstitutional. It now has a new definition, so get up to speed.
In the early hours of Sunday morning, it’s alleged that the Crusaders used homophobic slurs against other McDonald’s patrons. It’s not the only criticism levelled against them.
George Clooney and Elton John are demanding a boycott of a number of prominent hotels, to show support for those suffering in Brunei.
People are calling for a boycott of the tattoo shop Sins of Style, after the owner used homophobic hate speech to verbally attack a photographer.
Homophobic Baptist pastor Steven Anderson is keen to visit South Africa again, and this time he has help from some bigots within our borders.
Over the weekend, during Grietfest’s seventh annual bass music event, Brandon Swanepoel was assaulted for being gay. Now a manhunt is underway.
It’s been a pretty crummy few weeks for Steven Anderson, who’s learning that hateful bigotry doesn’t sit well with us southerners. He has one huge fan, though.
Thanks but no thanks, said Home Affairs and the people of South Africa. Of course Steven Anderson was going to try and have the last word.
Steven Anderson’s rants have been plastered all over local media in anticipation of his arrival, but now that he’s been banned he’s throwing a hissy fit.
You might think we’ve made some ground in terms of acceptance over the past 20 years, but these findings from Gauteng are nothing short of frightening.
Get ready to crank up your blood pressure levels because ISIS are at it again. I believe the headline kind of sums it up best.
Here’s another chilling example of ISIS at work, this time throwing a man convicted of being homosexual to his death in Iraq. Very disturbing image ahead.
The Winter Olympics in Russia have not yet begun, but the scandals surrounding the games in Sochi started a while ago. One would think that hosting an international event in a country run by a despotic, homophobic regime would be a bad idea. Washington Post journo, Charles Lane seems to think so – he called the olympics a “corrupt quadrennial exercise.”
A 20-year-old interview with Kurt Cobain has been unearthed, in which he opens up about his school years, his feelings of alienation and his sexual confusion.
A campus preacher was doing her rounds on a California Polytechnic campus earlier this week, and had attracted quite a crowd when multiple members of the student body decided that she should leave.
The members of the Westboro Baptist Church are some of the worst people you’ll ever encounter. Considered one of the most homophobic and anti-Semitic hate groups in the world, they are known for picketing at the funerals of soldiers – holding up posters with vitriolic phrases such as “God hates fags” and “Thank God for dead soldiers”.
America’s gay hating public have called for a boycott after cookie company Oreo posted a picture in support of Gay Pride on it’s website. I’d have thought it would have been the racists, seeing as an Oreo is all about vanilla sandwiched between two delicious pieces of chocolate wafer. Here’s what all the fuss was about.
A few weeks ago Jason Alexander, best known for his role as George Costanza on Seinfeld, made some unfortunate remarks during an appearance on the Craig Ferguson Show. Many saw his comments, about cricket being a gay sport, as hurtful and offensive, a consequence he had never intended. To set the record straight he offered a sincere, heartfelt apology, click through to read it in full.
Headlines like this make me little bit sick, and leave me worrying about the state of tolerance and transformation in South Africa. Thapelo Makutle, a homosexual and transgender man living in Kuruman, was brutally attacked and beheaded in the Northern Cape. Words fail me.
Divisive comments on same-sex relationships and homosexuality by ANC MP and Head of the Congress of Traditional Leaders, Patekile Holomisa have drawn criticism from defenders of same-sex equality and caused the ANC caucus in Parliament to issue a statement distancing itself from Holomisa’s words.
While the rest of us have been wondering whether or not people are born gay, India’s Health Minister has know all along: that it is in fact a disease from the West. The only thing he is still struggling with is identifying sufferers from this illness as it is “difficult to find them because you don’t know who is doing it and where they are.”
Richard Metzger, television host and author, recently received an email from Facebook letting him know that a photo of his had been taken down for violating “Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities,” which prohibits “nudity, or any kind of graphic or sexually suggestive content.” The photo in question was of two men kissing.
A supermarket in Arkansas has caused a stir by placing a ‘family shield’ in front of the US Weekly cover which features Elton John and his partner, David Furnish, cradling their adopted baby boy. NSFW if your screen is within the vicinity of small homophobic children.