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  • 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Discharges Hit Lesbians Hardest

    08/16/2010 11:09:38 AM PDT · by sickoflibs · 51 replies · 1+ views
    aol news :nation ^ | August 16, 2010 | Andrea Stone
    WASHINGTON (Aug. 16) -- The military is throwing out women disproportionately under its "don't ask, don't tell" policy, even as the number of service members discharged for being gay reached a new low last year. According to Pentagon statistics released by the Palm Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 428 service members were discharged in 2009 under the policy that President Barack Obama has vowed to end. That's the lowest number since the policy began in 1994 and continues a steady decline that began after the 9/11 attacks. More than 13,500 gays and lesbians have been discharged since...
  • White House Fetes Lesbian Banned from Cross-Dressing at Prom

    06/25/2010 2:14:40 PM PDT · by NYer · 37 replies · 1+ views
    Life Site News ^ | June 22, 2009 | James Tillman and Peter J. Smith
    WASHINGTON, DC, June 22, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Earlier this year Constance McMillen was refused permission to attend her high-school prom with a female date while wearing a tuxedo, an event that catapulted her into the national media spotlight. Now her newfound notoriety has received an added boost, after the White House invited her to a reception honoring lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders (LGBT) scheduled for Tuesday at 5pm.  Both President Obama and Vice-President Biden were expected to attend the reception.  Openly gay Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh also planned to attend."I really hope the attention my case has generated...
  • Bellevue (Baptist) says 'you're out,' gay softball coach claims

    06/19/2010 12:20:39 PM PDT · by Sybeck1 · 65 replies · 761+ views
    The Memphis Commercial Appeal ^ | Wednesday, June 16, 2010 | Clay Bailey
    Bellevue says 'you're out,' gay softball coach claims A local women's softball coach said her team was banned from a Bellevue Baptist Church league after she acknowledged she is gay. Jana J. Jacobson said church officials told her the "deviant" lifestyle would prevent the team from competing in Bellevue's adult women's softball league. The coach said she was the only team member who attended meetings in preparation for the season that began June 8, and the only member questioned by Bellevue leadership. She wondered why her lifestyle mattered since they were playing softball. "Finally, in my frustration, I said that...
  • Lesbians better parents

    06/07/2010 9:12:25 PM PDT · by Keith Brown · 81 replies · 493+ views
    webmd ^ | June 7, 2010 | Kathleen Doheny
    June 7, 2010 -- Children raised by lesbian parents develop into psychologically healthy teens and have fewer behavior problems than their peers, according to the latest report on a long-running study that began in 1986.....
  • Woman Ordained As Priest Denied Catholic Burial

    05/20/2010 6:04:23 AM PDT · by NYer · 58 replies · 861+ views
    cbs ^ | May 19, 2010
    Janine Denomme There are tough questions for the Archdiocese of Chicago after it denied a lifelong Roman Catholic a church funeral. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports with the story of a battle a cancer victim fought until her dying breath. The priesthood of the Roman Catholic Church is the world's oldest all-boys club. Women need not apply. No debate. No appeal. Protest at your own risk. Which is exactly what Janine Denomme did. Janine was 45 when she died, after a year-long battle with cancer, on Monday. She was a devoted parishioner at St. Gertrude's Roman Catholic Church...
  • Disappointment as US high school students snub 'lesbian-friendly prom'

    04/07/2010 7:56:09 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 448 replies · 7,713+ views
    Disappointment as US high school students snub 'lesbian-friendly prom' Senior prom fell far short of the rite of passage Constance McMillen was hoping for when she began a legal battle to challenge a ban on same-sex dates. Published: 7:00AM BST 07 Apr 2010 Constance McMillen Photo: AP The 18-year-old lesbian student said that she was one of only seven students to show up at a private party chaperoned by school officials. She said the rest of her peers went to another private event where she wasn't invited. "It was not the prom I imagined," she said. "It really hurts my...
  • R. Albert Mohler, Jr.: The Scandal of Gendercide – War on Baby Girls

    03/13/2010 11:54:31 AM PST · by wagglebee · 20 replies · 670+ views
    Christian Post ^ | 3/11/10 | R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
    The reality has been known for years now, though the Western media have generally resisted any direct coverage of the horror. That changed this week when The Economist published its stunning cover story -- "Gendercide -- What Happened to 100 Million Baby Girls?"In many nations of the world, there is an all-out war on baby girls. In 1990, economist Amartya Sen estimated that 100 million baby girls were missing -- sacrificed by parents who desired a son. Two decades later, multiple millions of missing baby girls must be added to that total, victims of abortion, infanticide, or fatal neglect.The...
  • Fairness of it all (on child being raised by lesbian couple)

    03/14/2010 2:30:21 PM PDT · by NYer · 30 replies · 622+ views
    Splendor of Truth ^ | March 12, 2010 | Jeff Miller
    One of the most common rebuttals to the situation of the children being raised by Lesbian couple not being able to attend a Catholic schools is the seeming issue of fairness. That a equal standard is not being applied to other irregular situations involving heterosexual couples and the children being raised by them. I agree with Jimmy Akin take on this and as he usually does he puts it succinctly. You see, an awful lot of parents of kids in Catholic school arenÂ’t morally perfect, and if children were to be excluded on the mere grounds that their parents are...
  • Lesbian sgt. discharged after police tell military

    03/13/2010 3:07:52 PM PST · by ruralvoter · 37 replies · 1,332+ views
    Daily Caller ^ | 3/13/10 | Timberly Ross
    Jene Newsome played by the rules as an Air Force sergeant: She never told anyone in the military she was a lesbian. The 28-year-old’s honorable discharge under the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy came only after police officers in Rapid City, S.D., saw an Iowa marriage certificate in her home and told the nearby Ellsworth Air Force Base. Newsome and the American Civil Liberties Union filed a complaint against the western South Dakota police department, claiming the officers violated her privacy when they informed the military about her sexual orientation. The case also highlights concerns over the ability of third...
  • Obama Nominee: Society Should ‘Not Tolerate Private Beliefs’ That ‘Adversely Affect’ Homosexuals

    01/18/2010 8:56:59 AM PST · by wagglebee · 64 replies · 2,034+ views
    CNS News ^ | 1/18/10 | Matt Cover
    (CNSNews.com) - Chai Feldblum, the Georgetown University law professor nominated by President Obama to serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, has written that society should “not tolerate” any “private beliefs,” including religious beliefs, that may negatively affect homosexual “equality.” Feldblum, whose nomination was advanced in a closed session of the Senate Health Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee on December 12, published an article entitled “Moral Conflict and Liberty: Gay Rights and Religion” in the Brooklyn Law Review in 2006. “Just as we do not tolerate private racial beliefs that adversely affect African-Americans in the commercial arena, even if such...
  • Vermont custody dispute highlights legal consequences of same-sex unions

    01/05/2010 1:43:58 PM PST · by NYer · 10 replies · 870+ views
    cna ^ | January 5, 2010
    Isabella and Lisa Miller Alexandria, Va., Jan 5, 2010 / 06:13 am (CNA).- In a case showing some ramifications of the legal recognition of same-sex unions, a Virginia woman has disobeyed a Vermont court order to turn over sole custody of her biological daughter to her former lesbian partner.Lisa Miller conceived and gave birth to her daughter Isabella through artificial insemination in 2002 while living in a same-sex civil union with Janet Jenkins in Vermont. Miller left Jenkins and homosexual practice a year later and converted to an evangelical form of Christianity, the New York Times reports.Jenkins brought a...
  • Houston Mayor Annise Parker Inauguration Today

    01/04/2010 8:01:56 AM PST · by Bronzy · 16 replies · 1,106+ views
    Houston elected an openly gay mayor. Inauguation live on C-Span. She was just sworn in with a female at her side.
  • Sex and the City Actress Cynthia Nixon Promotes Taxpayer-Funded Abortions

    12/22/2009 4:08:02 PM PST · by wagglebee · 49 replies · 2,234+ views
    Life News ^ | 12/22/09 | Steven Ertelt
    Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- The Hollywood elite and abortion promotion have long been synonymous but Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon is quickly becoming one of the leading pro-abortion voices in Tinseltown. Nixon followed up her Planned Parenthood fundraising letter earlier this year by wading into the health care debate.Nixon is joining abortion advocates who want to ensure taxpayer funding of abortion remains in the Senate government-run health care bill.Just one week after returning to the United States from filming the sequel to the popular television franchise's first feature film, Nixon is bashing a congressman's ban on abortion...
  • Insemination fight ends in wife's arrest

    12/28/2009 11:45:21 AM PST · by 12GA · 54 replies · 2,444+ views
    Thursday, March 12 PITTSFIELD — A woman who allegedly intended to artificially inseminate her wife with her brother's semen has been charged with domestic assault and battery. Pittsfield police responded to a call shortly before 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the city's Morningside neighborhood, where the assault allegedly occurred. Stephanie K. Lighten, 26, was released on personal recognizance after denying the allegations in Central Berkshire District Court Wednesday morning. Jennifer A. Lighten, 33, told police that Stephanie Lighten, her wife, was "all liquored up" when she returned to their Lincoln Street apartment, where the defendant then allegedly tried to use a...
  • Senate approves openly gay U.S. Marshal for Minnesota

    12/28/2009 10:39:12 AM PST · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 39 replies · 1,602+ views
    StarTribune.com ^ | 12/28/09 | Kevin Diaz
    Minnesota’s next U.S. Marshal will be Minneapolis’ openly gay Assistant Police Chief Sharon Lubinski. Her confirmation by the U.S. Senate was announced Monday morning by Minnesota Democrat Amy Klobuchar, who recommended her. Lubinkski was formally nominated for the post in October by President Barack Obama and confirmed by the Senate in a flurry of pre-holiday legislative activity last week.
  • New L.A. Episcopal Bishop's Historic Journey [Woman, Former Roman Catholic]

    12/27/2009 8:21:20 PM PST · by Steelfish · 14 replies · 645+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | December 27, 2009
    New L.A. Episcopal Bishop's Historic Journey By Duke Helfand December 27, 2009 The Rev. Canon Diane Jardine Bruce still remembers the moment 23 years ago when she fell in love with the Episcopal Church. Raised as a devout Roman Catholic, Bruce happened to visit an Episcopal parish in New Mexico, where the mother of a friend was officiating. Bruce was moved by the joy inside the sanctuary and delighted by the sight of the female priest, something prohibited by the Catholic Church. She found unexpected similarities between the two approaches, including the Eucharist. "There was something about being in an...
  • Annise Parker's victory message("This election has changed the world for the gay community")

    12/16/2009 11:33:05 AM PST · by bestintxas · 21 replies · 750+ views
    houston chronicle ^ | 12/13/09 | Mike Tolson
    When Parker finally appeared at 10:30, resplendent in a gold pantsuit and pearl necklace, a room jammed elbow-to-elbow with supporters erupted with a deafening cheer. Some were newcomers to political waters; some had been with her a dozen years ago when she claimed her first City Council seat. Election-night parties often are set pieces with familiar ear-splitting soundtracks -- her appearance was preceded by the endless refrains of "We Are Family" -- but if there was a difference to this occasion, it may have been the sense among some supporters that Parker's election was a step away from the political...
  • Houston election signals key trend (*BARF ALERT*)

    12/16/2009 5:24:41 AM PST · by markomalley · 48 replies · 784+ views
    Politico ^ | 12/16/2009 | Jonathan Martin & Ben Smith
    The landmark election Saturday of America's first big-city lesbian mayor in Houston represents more than just a milestone in identity politics. It also signals an unmistakable evolutionary step in national politics, one that provides further evidence of a trend that helped make Barack Obama president: growth-oriented communities like the Texas metropolis, rather than aging big cities or nostalgia-inducing small towns, are setting the course of the country's political direction. Houston is one of a set of fast-growing cities and expanding suburbs whose changing face and increasingly post-racial politics helped make Barack Obama president. Their politics are defined by some of...
  • Houston biggest US city to elect openly gay mayor(Why she won: Hint, it's not that she's gay)

    12/14/2009 6:00:13 AM PST · by bestintxas · 65 replies · 2,683+ views
    mywa7y ^ | 12/13/09 | MONICA RHOR
    <p>Houston became the largest U.S. city to elect an openly gay mayor, with voters handing a solid victory to City Controller Annise Parker after a hotly contested runoff.</p> <p>Parker defeated former city attorney Gene Locke with 53.6 percent of the vote Saturday in a race that had a turnout of only 16.5 percent.</p>
  • Gay woman wins Houston mayoral race

    12/14/2009 9:19:13 AM PST · by flowerplough · 83 replies · 2,425+ views
    Assoc. Press, via MSNBC ^ | 13 Dec | AP staff
    A lesbian candidate won Houston's mayoral election Saturday night, a vote that made the city the largest in the U.S. to ever have an openly gay mayor. "This election has changed the world for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community. Just as it is about transforming the lives of all Houstonians for the better, and that's what my administration will be about," City Controller Annise Parker told supporters after former city attorney Gene Locke conceded defeat. Parker got 53 percent of the vote. More than 152,000 residents turned out to cast ballots in the fourth largest U.S. city. The...