I write, report, and photograph stories about culture, religion, social justice, politics, and the environment.
"Ultimately, I'm not a transgender person who happens to be a soldier. I'm a soldier who happens to be transgender. I will always be a soldier first—until the day they tell me I no longer am a soldier."
For two young men in love in southern Utah, the Mormon Church's anti-LGBT policy was devastating enough. But when Church elders doubled down, they did, too.
Domestic violence survivor Deborah Harris was just getting her life back on track when horror struck for a second time in one year.
Meet David Waggonner: the urban and environmental architect who wants New Orleans to come to terms with the fact it is a delta city.
Rabbi Debra Kolodny organizes queer clergy of different faiths around progressive issues, starting with Black Lives Matter.
These young women identify as feminists and want to remove religion from the conversation around abortion.
“The woman’s family and friends are probably telling her, ‘You should just go back to your husband, at least his house is dry.’”
Rania al-Abbasi is just one of more than 65,000 enforced disappearances in Syria.
Maybe part of the plot involves setting the gender equality fight back 20 years?
Some basement flooding could become happy occurrences, if more cities walk in the watery footsteps of Milwaukee.
It began his junior year at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah: Michael Ferguson wanted desperately to rid himself of the sexual feelings he had toward men.
The actress calls the news "really devastating" and tells The Hollywood Reporter she feels like the government is "not acknowledging the humanity of trans people."
The Independent Women's Forum takes on women's issues like the wage gap, health insurance and the Paycheck Fairness Act by writing for media outlets, making television appearances and publishing policy papers....
Hebrew Roots followers believe in Jesus, keep kosher, celebrate Passover and observe the Torah....