As with much polling, the devil is in the conveniently omitted details. Once every week or two, I get a press release about the Equality Act. The theme is consistent: This bill is popular. Americans love it. They want it passed yesterday. That’s a big claim. If correct, it means American views on religious liberty, sexuality and gender, and their intersection in nondiscrimination laws have undergone a swift and stark shift. It means Christians and members of other religions who hew to a more traditional view of sex are not merely in the cultural minority but facing massive legal changes…

A year after mass protests in Hong Kong, pro-democracy leaders may be shifting tactics, acting with equality rather than just demanding it.

In good news: Gender equality increases globally, conversion therapy is banned in Virginia, South Korea recycles 95% of its food waste, and more.