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  • Gay marriage float in the Rose Parade

    12/23/2013 11:18:20 AM PST · by tom paine 2 · 86 replies
    I thought our members would be interested in letting the Tournament of Roses know your opinions about the gay marriage that will be preformed on one of the floats in the parade. Here is the website url in case you wanted to tell them how you feel.
  • 'Bash Back': Homosexual Activists Disrupt Church Service - 'Jesus is a homo'

    11/11/2008 7:42:10 PM PST · by traumer · 70 replies · 1,155+ views
    Using megaphones for amplification they shouted epithets at those entering the service such as “Jesus is a homo”. They also mockingly carried an upside down pink cross. In a news release, Bash Back referred to Mt. Hope Church as “a deplorable anti-queer mega church.” They further elaborated their disdain for the Christian community at Mt. Hope on their web site. In a news release, Bash Back referred to Mt. Hope Church as “a deplorable anti-queer mega church.” They further elaborated their disdain for the Christian community at Mt. Hope on their web site. LANSING, Michigan (Catholic Online) - Dr. Dave...
  • CA: State high court throwing out Prop. 8 sure to lead to recall effort

    11/11/2008 6:22:29 PM PST · by Ol' Sparky · 159 replies · 1,856+ views
    San Diego Tribune ^ | 11/11/2208 | Chris Reed
    The California Supreme Court's surprising announcement that it will quickly review the legality of Proposition 8, banning gay marriage, has prompted growing speculation that the four judges who found a right to gay marriage in the state Constitution in a May ruling will quickly throw Prop. 8 out. If that happens, watch out for a "barn-burner of an election -- the biggest thing this state has ever seen," says recall election guru Ted Costa. Costa says he's already been contacted by some of the folks who would seek to recall Ronald George, Joyce Kennard, Kathryn Werdegar and Carlos Moreno if...
  • Same-Sex Couple Accuses Innkeepers of Discrimination

    07/01/2005 9:31:42 PM PDT · by Sweet_Sunflower29 · 27 replies · 663+ views ^ | June 30, 2005
    Should a Vermont couple, wedding planners, be forced to host a same-sex civil union ceremony at their family-owned inn, if they object to such unions? A lesbian couple says yes, and it has filed a discrimination charge against the innkeepers, accusing them of violating Vermont's Fair Housing and Public Accommodations Act. The innkeepers, identified only as Jim and Mary, say they did not refuse to plan or host the reception - but Jim did tell the woman who called him that he would have a hard time putting his heart into the event, given his Roman Catholic beliefs about marriage....
  • Small town takes on a taboo subject

    06/16/2005 11:26:16 AM PDT · by Lorianne · 51 replies · 1,417+ views
    Tracy Press ^ | 10 June 2005 | Bobby Wilson
    The president of West High School’s Gay-Straight Alliance is threatening to sue Tracy Unified School District if teachers aren’t forced to take a training course on homophobia. It’s the latest in a series of demands that student Justin Daley and the GSA have made of the TUSD, extra pressure that’s forcing the district and residents to grapple with homosexuality in a way that’s never happened before. “I’m giving them time to redeem themselves,” said Daley, an Institute for Global Commerce and Government junior. “If the problems are fixed, then I won’t move any further with it.” Daley is talking to...
  • Activists Urge Homosexuals to Wear 'Rainbow Sash' at Sunday Mass

    05/12/2005 7:42:03 PM PDT · by coffeebreak · 54 replies · 977+ views
    CNSNews ^ | 5/12/05 | Melanie Hunter
    ( - A group of homosexual activists plan to protest Mass at Catholic churches nationwide Sunday in opposition to the church's stance on homosexuality. The group, Rainbow Sash, explained on its website that they "stand opposed to homophobia at the Eucharistic table" and "make no apologies for God's gift of our sexuality." The group encourages its members to wear the Rainbow Sash in a parish or cathedral as "an act of faith in the Lord, who works through weakness." "This year, Rainbow Sash has upped the ante," Catholic League President William Donohue said in a statement. He pointed to a...
  • Gay Gamete Project: gays should lie to sperm banks, flood them to preserve "gay genes" (BARF ALERT!)

    06/14/2004 3:40:05 PM PDT · by rogueleader · 52 replies · 1,145+ views
    Gay Gamete Project ^ | Unknown | Gay Gamete Project
    The Gay Gamete Project was developed as a means to ensure the genetic survival of homosexuality;to assure that the decline in homosexual procreation does not result in our eventual extinction. Homophobic Guidelines: The FDA has been in the process of promulgating national regulations that would prohibit clinics from accepting sperm from homosexual applicants since 1999. The decision will likely be finalized before 2003. Due to these homophobic guidelines as well as those proposed by the ASRM, it is unfortunately necessary for gay men to lie about their sexual preference and sexual history in the application and interview process. Gay men...
  • Morford: Romeo And Romeo In Hell (why you never, ever want to live in Kansas)

    02/11/2004 2:14:40 PM PST · by presidio9 · 121 replies · 397+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Wednesday, February 11, 2004 | Mark Morford; rapidly closing in on 42-year life-expectancy
    <p>Kneel down. Put your hands together. Offer thanks right this very moment to whatever deity you desire that that you are not 18 years old and gay and living in the state of Kansas right now.</p> <p>This gratitude, it is a given. This is so much of a given you might not even need to hear why. You just say to yourself, oh my freaking God, I can only imagine.</p>
  • Homosexual Activists Sue Spanish Cardinal Over Homily

    01/09/2004 8:04:23 AM PST · by marshmallow · 21 replies · 208+ views
    EWTN ^ | 1/8/04
    Madrid, Jan. 8 ( - The Spanish homosexual activist group Popular Gay Platform has launched a lawsuit against Cardinal Antonio Maria Rouco Varela of Madrid for a homily he gave in his cathedral on the Sunday after Christmas-- the feast of the Holy Family. In his homily the cardinal explained that to provide the benefits of marriage to "all types of unions, including those by nature unable to have children, will result in the systematic destruction of the social security system." He said social security is best served by "the fecund love of the Christian family." The cardinal asked, "How...
  • Homosexuals Pursuing Stealth Agenda

    01/08/2004 2:25:59 PM PST · by truthandlife · 49 replies · 437+ views
    CBN News ^ | 1/8/04 | By Paul Strand – WASHINGTON -- Homosexuals have won so many battles in legislatures, courts and the media, they can almost taste total victory just ahead. Gay rights lobbyist Toni Broaddus said, "We stand at this turning point in history. It's truly a historical moment." Ben Bull, legal counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund, a traditional values advocacy group, agrees. Bull said, "The homosexual agenda is making major gains, just in the last 10 or 15 years." Atlanta pastor D.L. Foster is an ex-homosexual. He said of homosexuals, "They have a plan. They are executing that plan with precision, and they are...
  • Rosie O' Donnell Plans Gay Cruise to Bahamas

    01/08/2004 2:28:47 PM PST · by finnman69 · 107 replies · 1,108+ views
    yahoo ^ | 1/8/04
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Comedienne and former talk-show host Rosie O'Donnell (news) on Thursday announced plans for what is billed as "the first gay cruise with family values." During the cruise, which will depart New York for the Bahamas on July 11, gay and lesbian passengers will be able to learn about topics like adoption and artificial insemination. O'Donnell, recently in the headlines over a bitter court battle with the publisher of the magazine named after her, said the first offering from R Family Vacations would be a weeklong cruise on the new Norwegian Dawn cruise liner. "We welcome all...
  • A Constitutional Amendment to Ban Gay Marriages

    01/05/2004 9:25:34 PM PST · by RWR8189 · 18 replies · 377+ views
    Gallup News Service ^ | January 6, 2004 | David W. Moore
    On a National Public Radio broadcast just before Christmas, two experienced pollsters presented conflicting evidence about the public's support for a constitutional amendment that would make gay marriages illegal. A CBS News poll, reported by Kathy Frankovic, showed Americans favoring such an amendment by a 15-point margin, while a poll by the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg Center, reported by Adam Clymer, found Americans opposed by a 12-point margin.The issue has become especially salient after last November's ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, which said that government attorneys had "failed to identify any constitutionally adequate reason" to deny lesbian and...
  • Harassment claims by gay students settled for $1.1 million

    01/06/2004 2:59:51 PM PST · by freedom44 · 14 replies · 149+ views
    Az Central / AP ^ | 1/6/04 | Tami Min
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO - A suburban San Jose school district agreed to pay $1.1 million Tuesday to settle a lawsuit brought by six gay students who said they were subjected to beatings, death threats and other harassment.</p> <p>The Morgan Hill district also agreed to hold training sessions for students and teachers to discourage anti-gay harassment.</p>
  • Media in Bed with Gays

    12/10/2003 6:18:25 PM PST · by Coleus · 22 replies · 355+ views
    Accuracy in Media ^ | 12.10.03 | Cliff Kincaid
    The Washington Post said it didn’t want to generate "a truckload of indignant letters," but it nevertheless tried to compare opposition to homosexual marriage to old laws against blacks getting married to whites. For the Post, opposing the gay agenda is tantamount to racism. The New York Times endorsed homosexual marriage as well, saying any attempt to amend the constitution to prohibit the practice would be an effort to deny "minority rights."
  • Gays win rights as refugees

    12/09/2003 7:04:01 AM PST · by Dundee · 8 replies · 243+ views
    The Australian ^ | December 10, 2003 | Misha Schubert
    Gays win rights as refugees HOMOSEXUALS who would have to live "discreetly" to avoid persecution in their home country might be entitled to refugee status in Australia, the High Court found in a landmark judgment yesterday. The court split 4-3 over the decision to grant an appeal by a gay Bangladeshi couple, who claimed they would face persecution if sent back home. The Refugee Review Tribunal and the Federal Court previously had ruled the men would be unlikely to face persecution if they resumed the "discreet" gay lifestyle they had lived before fleeing Bangladesh in February 1999. But in a...
  • Mark Morford: Be Thankful You're Not Dubya (because then I'd be lusting after YOU)

    11/26/2003 9:03:48 AM PST · by presidio9 · 87 replies · 472+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Wednesday, November 26, 2003 | Mark Morford; Not Much To Be Thankful For
    <p>This Thanksgiving, as you sip the wine and hug the family and toast the friends and hoard the stuffing and curse the airport security, remember to give thanks you are not G.W. Bush. Hey, it's important.</p> <p>1) Be thankful that you do not have to suffer Dubya's massive crushing karmic burden, as wrought by inflicting heaps of environmental disaster and vicious unnecessary war and a stunning string of lies lies lies like a firehose of giblet gravy splattered all over the planet.</p>
  • Panel calls for neutral bathrooms ("Transgender" Loony Alert!)

    11/21/2003 1:59:13 PM PST · by MikalM · 99 replies · 2,040+ views
    Chicago Maroon ^ | 11/21/03 | Robert Katz
    For most people, deciding which bathroom to use in the Regenstein Library does not require mental gymnastics. But for some, a trip to the restroom is less simple, with gay, lesbian, and transgendered students worried about the implications of which bathrooms they enter. At the Center for Gender Studies on Wednesday night, a panel of four discussed the need for gender-neutral bathrooms on campus, specifically one in the Regenstein and one in Cobb Hall. Members of Feminist Majority, Queers & Associates, and the Center for Gender Studies organized the panel as part of the Coalition for a Queer Safe Campus....
  • Enough is Enough: Let's Take This Country Back

    11/19/2003 3:40:01 PM PST · by WaterDragon · 83 replies · 163+ views
    Oregon Magazine ^ | November 19, 2003 | Larry Leonard
    Noticing the PBS program devoted to homosexuality, In the Life, on the night of November 18, 2003, I wondered if there was a program on public broadcasting dedicated to glorifying the life of heterosexuals. Then, it came to me that next PBS should introduce a program sponsored by NAMBLA about the life of people who practice adult-child sexual relationships. And, of course, we’ll need a program about the life of people like Larry Flynt, who like to have sex with farm animals. Have you had enough, yet? With today’s ridiculous Massachusetts Supreme Court decision about homosexual marriages, anything is possible....
  • Morford: The Love That Killed America (Bible-clutching homophobes recoil, violently to gay marriage)

    11/19/2003 8:35:10 AM PST · by presidio9 · 164 replies · 386+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Wednesday, November 19, 2003 | Mark Morford, Always a Bridesmaid
    <p>The gays are marching in. The end is near. Sheer unadulterated evil and scary anal sex and superlative hair products and new blasts of fresh happy love are to be unleashed anew upon the country. Horror is nigh. Everyone into the bunker.</p>
  • Same Sex Kiss Gets HS Girls Suspended, But Praise from Mothers

    11/16/2003 1:43:30 PM PST · by nwrep · 143 replies · 1,102+ views
    ABC News ^ | November 16, 2003 | Various
    Stephanie Haaser, left, and her mother Mary Haaser, right, defend an unconventional high school protest which led to a suspension.   Improper Protest? Same-Sex Smooch Gets High School Girls Suspended C L A R K S V I L L E, Md., Nov. 14— Two high school girls were suspended for sharing a 12-second-long protest kiss, which they say was part of their English class assignment. Stephanie Haaser, a junior at River Hill High School, says she jumped on a table during lunch and yelled "end homophobia now" before engaging in the kiss with a female friend....