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  • Being gay is not “a behavior”: Just how offensive can these anti-LGBT billboards get? [Proverbs 30]

    05/08/2015 3:08:12 PM PDT · by Jan_Sobieski · 78 replies
    Salon ^ | 5/8/2015 | Mary Elizabeth Williams
    These must be very troubling and frustrating times for you, homophobes. A majority of Americans now support marriage equality, and face it, if it’s not fully recognized where you live yet, it will be and soon. A majority of us also support gay political candidates, and we seem to be able to watch gay people on television and movies and listen to them as we drive around in post breakup sadness without the fabric of society crumbling — probably because if you look across the population, it’s composed entirely of people who either are LGBT or who know someone who...
  • American Bishop Gene Robinson condemns Rick Perry’s anti-gay promotion

    12/27/2011 9:00:00 PM PST · by WilliamIII · 39 replies
    ATV Today ^ | Dec. 16 2011 | Ian Westhead
    The USA’s first openly gay Episcopal bishop, Gene Robinson, has responded to presidential hopeful Rick Perry's anti-gay TV promotion suggesting that "it must break God's heart to see religion used in a political campaign like this." Bishop Robinson of the Episcopal Church showed his distaste in a TV interview with MSNBC and also by writing an opinion piece in the Washington Post newspaper. Perry had stated in his commercial that “You don’t need to be in the pew every Sunday to know there’s something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can’t...
  • Homofascism and the Dark Days Brewing for America

    10/18/2011 4:45:57 AM PDT · by scottfactor · 20 replies
    scottfactor.com ^ | 10/18/2011 | Gina Miller
    Those of you who regularly tune in to this radio broadcast are not surprised when I say America has been taken over by communists, and along with the rest of the world, is spinning down into the hellish abyss of the Last Days foretold in the Bible. Satan’s global regime is smoothly working its sinister way into place, and the days ahead will grow ever darker. I know there are many, many people who do not want to hear such words and do not believe what I say is true. There are many people who are content to keep their...
  • Gay Times [indulges its taste for not-fit-to-print news] |

    09/28/2005 4:19:20 PM PDT · by aculeus · 19 replies · 911+ views
    City Journal ^ | September 22, 2005 | Heather MacDonald
    The no-longer-gray lady indulges its taste for not-fit-to-print news. Just wondering—what exactly was the news value of the New York Times’s huge front-page Metro-section spread yesterday: A Sex Stop on the Way Home? Subtitled Just Off a Park’s Playing Fields, Another Game Thrives, with an eye-catching cropped photo of the gut (but not the shoulders or head) of a beefy man in shorts and pink socks standing just inside his SUV’s open door, the story recounted in jaw-dropping detail the pick-up rituals of anonymous homosexual sex in a Queens parking lot. The lot adjoins athletic fields used by both youth...
  • What Marriage Means

    09/28/2005 5:05:34 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 31 replies · 593+ views
    Reason Online ^ | 27 September 2005 | Julian Sanchez
    Earlier this month, an attempt to undo gay marriage in Massachusetts went down in flames. State legislators rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have voided a 2003 ruling by the state's Supreme Judicial Court extending marriage rights to gay and lesbian couples. The measure lost by a stunning 157-to-39 margin. In 2004, the amendment (which must be repeatedly approved to be adopted) had narrowly passed the legislature, 105 to 92, before the ruling went into effect. Even in notoriously liberal Massachusetts, opinion among the general public is more closely divided than this month's vote might suggest. A survey earlier...