A man who now identifies as a woman is marrying a woman who now identifies as a man. They are the first transgender couple to appear on Say Yes to the Dress in an episode Cosmo contributor Hannah Smothers called “historic.”
As a writer and research analyst for MRC Culture, Sarah Stites reports on entertainment, LGBT issues and religion. Ever since ADF represented her in a religious freedom case, she has been passionate about upholding the Constitution and the conservative cause. Prior to MRC, she interned at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Clothing. Makeup. Emoji. And now legal status? The genderless movement is firing ahead, fast and furious, while those who cleave to traditional views are considered anachronistic at best, and bigoted at worst.
If you’re not convinced the media is on board with the LGBT agenda, think again. On the evening of March 23, NYC vandals damaged a bus displaying a conservative message about gender, and even tackled the vehicle’s driver. Although liberal media outlets condemned the bus’s message prior to the incident, few reported on the vandalism and its ironic assault on free speech. And if they did, biased headlines labelled the vehicle “transphobic” or “anti-transgender.”
In George Orwell’s 1984, revisionist history reigns, dissidents are vaporized and Big Brother is always watching. But according to some liberal creatives, 2017 America has surpassed that iconic dystopia.
If there’s anything Hollywood loves more than Hillary Clinton, it’s the ACLU. And now that they can’t throw lavish fundraisers for the former Democratic candidate, entertainers can funnel more money to their favorite liberal organization. On the evening of March 31, a group of big name actors will do just that through a benefit performance called “Stand for Rights.”
Even Ellen’s a bit baffled by “gender fluidity” and preferred pronouns. In a March 20 interview with actress Asia Kate Dillon, the lesbian show host discussed the confusing concept of identifying as “non-binary.” “I think people assume just because I’m gay I understand all this,” she quipped.
This weekend, LGBT activists across the country rejoiced to see Disney’s first gay character, LeFou, in Beauty and the Beast. Now, superhero fans are celebrating a similar milestone. Power Rangers, coming to theaters this Friday, will feature a character who is questioning her sexuality, director Dean Israelite told Hollywood Reporter editor Aaron Couch.
Katy Perry did more than just sing about kissing a girl and liking it. At its L.A. gala this weekend, the Human Rights Campaign awarded Katy Perry the Ally for Equality award for her LGBT advocacy. In her acceptance speech, the pop star spent ten minutes criticizing her Christian upbringing while championing “sexual fluidity.” And, predictably, the feminist media loved it.
Not three years after announcing the “transgender tipping point,” TIME magazine began exploring the next cultural frontier: a society, no longer labelled by the strict binaries of male and female. But how much of the gender and sexual-fluidity craze is actually spurred on by Hollywood and the liberal media?
Snoop Dogg recently pulled a gun on Donald Trump in a music video, and, then, his nephew threatened the First Lady. But the networks didn’t mention it.
Far-left comedian Chelsea Handler is divisive, childish, crude and hateful, even while she criticizes President Trump for the same traits. In the following quiz, you'll find a selection of quotes - some are hers. Let's see how well you know this liberal darling. She's sure to shock.
The fashion world is slowly advancing the progressive agenda of a non-binary society. H&M is the latest brand to introduce a genderless collection. Called “Denim United,” the 19-piece apparel line features oversized jeans, jackets, hoodies… And yes! There’s also a dress.
A century after the Armenian Genocide, another war is being waged. This time, the battleground is the theater, and the fight is to preserve or re-write history.
Chock full of obscenities, clowns and weed, Snoop Dogg’s new music video has a nightmarish quality to it. Oh yeah, and the rapper shoots Donald Trump with a fake gun at the climax. But that hardly fazed the media.
Bias is not always intentional, but when it comes to the media, Hollywood and universities, it’s systematic. In his new book Fault Line, Faithwire senior editor Billy Hallowell examines this triangle of liberal influence and its pervasive impact on American culture today. But he also points out a hard truth—conservatives and Christians are partly to blame for our nation’s “seismic shift” leftward.
Justin Trudeau is a liberal woman’s dream. He’s attractive, progressive and a self-proclaimed feminist. What’s not to love? But on International Women’s Day, the Canadian prime minister made feminists across North America really swoon. He pledged to contribute $650 million to women’s health initiatives, including fighting “anti-abortion” legislation across the world.
The left’s anti-Trump marches won’t stop at the end of March. Following the success of January 21’s Women’s March, the organizers planned March 8’s “Day Without a Woman.” Falling intentionally on International Women’s Day, the day included strikes, abstinence from social media use and spending, and a protest outside of the White House.
It is impossible to feel lukewarm about Lena Dunham. Like Hillary Clinton, the Girls actress and Lenny Letter co-founder inspires either deep revulsion or fawning acclaim. And that rift even extends to the liberal media world.
Tinsel Town is taking the “Day Without a Woman” quite seriously. According to a Hollywood Reporter report, many entertainment companies have lent support to the movement by holding events, focusing content on women and encouraging female staffers to take the day off. Meanwhile, celebrities have been tweeting in solidarity.
Sometimes, Cosmo surprises us... and not in the "I Walked in on a Foursome" and 15 Other OMG Confessions" kind of way. While the liberal, feminist magazine usually pushes progressive content, it occasionally runs trenchant pieces by conservative authors. At least one editor there must realize that conservative and liberal women can agree on several important tenets of feminism. For example, women should not be targeted or demeaned simply for their sex.