- ‘Bringing people together’? Conservatives say gay ‘wedding’ at Rose Bowl was extreme
- Israel may give ‘free’ abortions to women aged 20-33, at a cost of $4.5 million a year
- 90% of new AIDS cases among college students in Chinese mega-city due to homosexual sex
- Women who had an abortion are 626% more likely to have breast cancer: Indian study
- Charlie Crist 'sorry' he backed "gay marriage" ban, calls it a 'mistake'
- Supreme court reviews Utah's "same-sex marriage" law
- 70 new anti-abortion laws OK'd in 22 states, second most ever
Pro-family activists are criticizing the Tournament of Roses Association (TRA) for letting two homosexual men use a float in the annual Rose Parade to conduct a gay "wedding" ceremony.
A committee has recommended that Israel expand its national funding for abortion, as well as access – giving “free” abortions to women aged 20 to 33.
A doctor from a Disease Prevention and Control Center in the Chinese mega city of Guangzhou has said that 90 percent of all new HIV/AIDS cases among local university or college students are due to homosexual behavior.
Women who have had an abortion are 6.26 times more likely to develop breast cancer than women who have no such history, a new study in India has found.
Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist apologized for backing a state constitutional amendment to ban "gay marriage" in 2008 during an interview with an Orlando LGBT publication on Tuesday.
Legal arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court about Utah's overturned "same-sex marriage" ban have focused heavily on whether gay and lesbians can be suitable parents, provoking a debate on family values in the Mormon state.
A new report from the Guttmacher Institute said that the 70 provisions this year were second in number to the nearly 90 approved in 2011. The group said that 205 abortion restrictions were approved over the past three years, more than the 189 enacted during the previous decade.