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  • Austin Pride Parade still on despite Hurricane Harvey (TX)

    08/25/2017 6:38:28 AM PDT · by bgill · 29 replies
    vanity | Aug. 25, 2017 | vanity
    Just so you know and I know y'all were on pins and needles with concern (/s), the Austin Pride Parade is on as scheduled for Saturday 8-10 pm through downtown despite warnings of flooding. KEYE CBS news station has been assuring its viewers this morning and is proud they are the only local station covering it again.
  • O'Neill Got It Wrong: Gay Activists Want More than Liberation, not Less

    02/21/2013 2:33:55 PM PST · by Enza Ferreri · 1 replies
    Enza Ferreri Blog ^ | 20 February 2013 | Enza Ferreri
    Brendan O'Neill totally missed the point. He compares the gay radicals of the past who did not want marriage because they saw it as a form of oppression to the LGBT movement of today who demand same-sex wedlock, and concludes that the latter have become bourgeois and integrated, renouncing the radical ideology of the beginning, when Stonewall was young and fighting for liberation from matrimony, not enslavement by it. The point he misses is that the homosexual activists have become more radical, not less. What they demand from society now is a total redefinition of marriage, something that goes to...
  • 'Bash Back': Homosexual Activists Disrupt Church Service

    11/11/2008 5:52:46 PM PST · by tcg · 19 replies · 311+ views
    Catholic Online ^ | 11/11/08 | Deacon keith Fournier
    Dr. Dave Williams is the Pastor of a large evangelical Protestant Church in Lansing, Michigan called the Mount Hope Church. The Church web site informs the visitor of Pastor Williams that “He has served for 25 years, leading the church in Lansing from 226 to over 4000 today.” The Pastor is repspected in the broader Christian, religious and civic community and the Church has extensive outreaches. This past Sunday, during a Worship Service at the Church, a group of loud and intentionally disruptive homosexual activists stood outside of the sanctuary of Mount Hope dressed in strange pink attire. Using megaphones...
  • Christian Prosecuted: Refused to Photograph Homosexual ‘Commitment Ceremony’

    03/11/2008 1:00:09 PM PDT · by No Dems 2004 · 85 replies · 4,925+ views
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — As a Christian, Elaine Huguenin is against efforts to legitimize same-sex “marriage.” So, when the Albuquerque photographer was asked via e-mail in September 2006 to photograph a “commitment ceremony” for two women, Huguenin declined. That was the end of the matter, she thought. But Huguenin didn’t take into account New Mexico’s anti-discrimination laws. Instead of hiring another photographer, one of the lesbians, Vanessa Willock, filed a civil complaint against Huguenin’s company, Elane Photography. Now, in one of the first cases of its kind in the state, a three-member tribunal of New Mexico’s Human Rights Commission is considering...
  • Free the Philadelphia 4

    12/20/2004 1:11:29 AM PST · by DirtyHarryY2K · 22 replies · 1,667+ views ^ | December 20, 2004 | Joseph Farah
    I'm amazed when seemingly intelligent people tell me they still think the American Civil Liberties Union is a group that fights for First Amendment freedoms no matter whose ox is being gored. If that's the case, why is the ACLU not filing amicus briefs in Philadelphia where four Christians are facing 47 years in jail for expressing their free-speech rights? That's right. Four Christians are facing 47 years in prison for peacefully quoting the Bible, an action an unglued local prosecutor determined to be "fighting words" when cited among homosexual activists. It all started Oct. 10, when a total of...
  • View homosexual film, or school faces lawsuit, ACLU tells (school) district

    11/28/2004 12:21:56 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 292 replies · 7,246+ views ^ | Sunday, November 28, 2004
    Sunday, November 28, 2004 LAW OF THE LANDView homosexual film,or school faces lawsuitACLU tells district: Force studentsto watch 'tolerance training' video Posted: November 28, 20041:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 If administrators of Kentucky's Boyd County school district can't find a way to force all students to attend sexual orientation and gender identity "tolerance training," the American Civil Liberties Union is threatening to take them to court – again. Ten months ago, the district settled a lawsuit with the ACLU over the right of a student group, the Gay-Straight Alliance, to meet on campus. The year-long litigation strained relations in the conservative...
  • Two Worlds Apart Meet Face to Face: A chilling example of anti-Christian “tolerance”

    11/08/2004 9:35:35 AM PST · by concernedAmerican1 · 34 replies · 2,807+ views ^ | 11-08-04 | John Ritchie
    If you want to know how students who believe in God and morality are treated on a secular college campus, the answer is: without an ounce of tolerance. On November 1, Feast of All Saints, TFP Student Action volunteers visited the University of Delaware. Together with students of St. Louis de Montfort Academy, they blanketed the campus with a six-page flyer titled Are We Still One Nation Under God?, a scholarly document based on divine and natural law explaining why homosexual vice is morally wrong and detrimental to the family. As TFP volunteers began their peaceful and legal campaign, a...
  • Gay activists target tourism (Virginia)

    06/12/2004 4:29:37 PM PDT · by neverdem · 56 replies · 313+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | June 12, 2004 | Guy Taylor
    <p>Homosexual activists are calling for a boycott of Virginia because of its new ban on civil unions, but business and tourism leaders yesterday said it is too early to gauge the impact of such a boycott.</p> <p>A new Web site started by homosexual activists in Seattle,, urges would-be tourists to boycott Virginia companies and their products. The Web site's name satirizes the state's tourism catch phrase: Virginia Is for Lovers.</p>
  • Homosexual Agenda Promoted by Churches and Schools

    10/17/2003 7:15:12 PM PDT · by apackof2 · 55 replies · 912+ views
    The 700 Club ^ | 10.17.03 | Paul Strand
    In San Francisco public schools, there's an actual lesson plan for teaching first-graders, even kindergartners, about homosexuality. – WASHINTON -- Homosexual activists put together a long-term plan some 16 years ago to convert America -- not to any particular religion -- but to a warm embrace of homosexuality. This is an account of how gays deliberately manipulated the levers of power and influence in America. In their 1989 book "After the Ball" two homosexual authors laid out an agenda to turn America "gay-friendly." Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen said homosexuals must brainwash the American public by using all the...
  • Homosexual activists at a Catholic Church?

    03/18/2003 10:50:48 AM PST · by Frank Burns · 33 replies · 277+ views
    American Association of University Women ^ | 03.18.03 | Mary Ann Mastropaolo
    LOVE MAKES A FAMILY?Jon and Michael Galluccio In 1995, Michael Galluccio and Jon Holden, who had been partners for 16 years, decided they would like to adopt a child through the NJ Division of Youth and Family Services.While on the10 year long waiting list for a healthy child, they became foster parents to an HIV+ infant.  After they nursed him through many years, their desire to adopt him was thwarted by state law that did not allow gay couples to co-adopt.  They took their case to the NJ Supreme Court.  The story of how they won their case is one...
  • Gay HS's first Latino ministers

    08/01/2003 5:21:15 PM PDT · by Lizavetta · 11 replies · 191+ views
    New York Post | Aug. 1, 2003 | Ikimulisa Livingston & Stephanie Gaskell
    REVS. VOW SUIT OVER MILK HS Amid praise yesterday from the City Council for the nation's first gay high school, a group of Hispanic ministers threatened to sue over it, calling the campus a new kind of "segregation." City Council Speaker Gifford Miller yesterday commended the city Department of Education for planning to open the school next month with 100 students, which was first reported in The Post on Monday. "Every child in New York City has the right to be educated in an environment that is safe and supportive," Miller said. "That right has been denied to far too...
  • 'Gays' attack senator for 'mainstream' view

    04/23/2003 12:39:25 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 61 replies · 220+ views ^ | Wednesday, April 23, 2003 | By Art Moore
    Homosexual activists and Democrats are urging Republicans to remove Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., from his leadership position for remarks about a Supreme Court case, but a transcript of questions asked during oral arguments indicate justices share his constitutional concerns. The rights groups contend Santorum's comments in an Associated Press interview about a case challenging the constitutionality of a Texas sodomy law, Lawrence v. Texas, were "disparaging an entire group of Americans." Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa. However, an attorney who was present during the March 26 oral arguments said Santorum merely echoed the argument of the state of Texas, which is...
  • Catholic Women's League of Canada Endorses Legal Same-Sex Civil Unions

    04/15/2003 8:29:58 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 30 replies · 295+ views
    Life Site ^ | 4/11/03
    OTTAWA, April 11, 2003 ( - In a shocking official statement, the Catholic Women's League of Canada (CWL) has demanded that the federal government approve of legal homosexual civil unions. The statement flies in the face of repeated directions from Pope John Paul II which have condemned legal recognition of such sexual unions which are considered by the church to be unnatural and harmful. The statements came in a presentation to the House of Commons Justice Committee, which is conducting hearings on same-sex 'marriage'. The CWL statement, signed by Marie Cameron, National President; Agnes Bedard, National President-elect; Lucille Partington, National...
  • 'Gay' activists target students

    04/14/2003 6:40:48 PM PDT · by Houmatt · 20 replies · 284+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | April 14, 2003 | Unknown
    "Gay" activists are pushing an agenda in Canadian schools aimed to have students, teachers and principals "celebrate" homosexual and transgendered people, reports the Vancouver Sun. Two men leading the charge – Murray Warren and Peter Cook – filed a complaint with the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal to compel teachers to deliver positive messages about homosexuals and transgendered people in every subject, in every classroom. The complaint alleges discrimination by the education ministry for ignoring calls for homophobia and "heterosexism" to be addressed in the classroom. "People want to see us [teachers] address homophobia across the board," Warren, a Coquitlam...
  • Roman Catholic Faithful Announces "Operation Second Chance."

    12/18/2002 11:06:17 PM PST · by ultima ratio · 22 replies · 225+ views
    Seattle Catholic ^ | 12/19/02 | Stephen G. Brady
    Roman Catholic Faithful announces "Operation Second Chance" "I'm 47 years old. I'm divorced. I'm a recovering alcoholic. I'm gay!" Homosexual activist seeks ordination to the priesthood as Roman Catholic Faithful announces "Operation Second Chance" The president of an international Catholic watchdog group today called upon the St. Louis Catholic hierarchy to block a self-proclaimed homosexual activist from seeking ordination to the priesthood. Citing a 1961 Vatican directive which declared that "advancement to religious vows and ordination should be barred to those who are afflicted with evil tendencies to homosexuality or pederasty" as well as a more recent declaration from Rome...
  • Internet Filters Block Many Useful Sites, Study Finds

    12/11/2002 8:54:09 AM PST · by ppaul · 68 replies · 617+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 12/11/02 | JOHN SCHWARTZ
    December 11, 2002 Internet Filters Block Many Useful Sites, Study FindsBy JOHN SCHWARTZ eenagers who look to the Internet for health information as part of their "wired generation" birthright are blocked from many useful sites by antipornography filters that federal law requires in school and library computers, a new study has found. The filtering programs tend to block references to sex and sex-related terms, like "safe sex," "condoms," "abortion," "jock itch," "gay" and "lesbian." Although the software can be adjusted to allow access to most health-related Web sites, many schools and libraries ratchet up the software's barriers to highest...

    03/28/2002 2:47:30 PM PST · by EdReform · 29 replies · 659+ views
    Choice 4 ^ | Current | Mission America
    TRUTH WITHOUT INTERRUPTION DAY-- APRIL 10 "On April 10, homosexual activists and their supporters will hold "Day of Silence" events on high school and college campuses throughout the country, sponsored by GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.(For more details, see It will be a silent vigil and the usual victimhood and "gay" rights claims. Participants will hand out material promoting homosexuality, bisexuality and cross-dressing. How would you like to hold a counter-event the same day? We are calling it the Truth Without Interruption Day! Finally - a chance to get a word in edgewise! If you'd...