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|Archived Since:||July 8, 2011|
Hallelujah. It's the modern equivalent of the lobotomy, and even the leader of the "ex-gays" has now admitted that it doesn't work. It does, however, give parents false "hope," and worse than that - it helps to fuel discrimination by convincing parents that their kids are gay because something went wrong. Show More Summary
So bad, it's good.
Michael Musto: Just when you assumed gay self-loathing had been deposited in the dead-chicken bins, along comes a new wave of self-flagellation aimed to throw us under the hate truck. At a time when gays have made significant progress...Show More Summary
A gay blogger attended NOM's anti-gay student conference and got an earful about that Regnerus study that supposedly, but didn't, show that gay parents are bad for kids. It seems NOM is admitting that we were all correct, the study doesn't...Show More Summary
The article discusses whether this could stop him from getting the archibishop job. Puhleez. These guys don't lose their jobs for pedophilia. They're certainly not going to lose them for driving drunk.
Vive la France! It always amazes me how in Europe the majority party can just charge ahead with stuff like this. WSJ: The French government will introduce legislation in October authorizing gay marriage, a move that would bring France...Show More Summary
Not quite Kennedy-esque in the language, but still, a good thing.
A moving story from the NYT on how Tyler Clementi thought his mom had rejected him because he's gay, and because of her evangelical church. In her surprise, she had peppered him with questions: “How do you know? Who are you going to talk to? Who are you going to tell?” Tyler told a friend that the conversation had not gone well. Show More Summary
Best part of the story - he's the guy who regularly protests New Orleans' Southern Decadence gay festival as "depraved." Takes one to know one. From the NY Daily News:During his confession, Storms told police he was cutting some grass...Show More Summary
No homophobic GOP vice presidential candidates were harmed in he creation of this artist's rendition (Fetish photo via Shuttertstock) Well this should be fun. And hey, I got nothing about a good fetish party. I do think, however, that...Show More Summary
Per a new Harris/Logo poll, 67% of gays would vote for Obama were the election held today, and 23% would vote for McCain. Keep in mind that 77% of gays voter for John Kerry in 2004, and 70% voted for Barack Obama in 2008. So this would appear low. Show More Summary
One guy walked into a religious right organization with a gun, shot one man in an arm, and now America is no longer safe for bigoted right wingers. The shooting was inexcusable, but give me a break. The latest effort to take political...Show More Summary
Matt Barber of the conservative Liberty Council went off on "homosexual activists" earlier this week, accusing pro-marriage equality folks of gradually leading America onto a road of polygamy and incest, hell-bent on "deconstructing the Judeo-Christian notion of marriage as marriage has always been." Let's be generous to Mr. Show More Summary
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release August 23, 2012 2012/1337 STATEMENT BY VICTORIA NULAND, SPOKESPERSON Arrest and Harassment of Gay, Lesbian and Transgendered Activists in Zimbabwe The United States condemns the Government of Zimbabwe’s...
Interesting that Dan went into the evening hoping something good could come of it, while the self-proclaimed messenger of God went into the evening all cynical, and sounding downright mean. NYT: I spoke with [NOM's] Mr. Brown by phone, and he seemed to agree that the setting had made little difference. Show More Summary
MetroWeekly editor Sean Bugg has a great article up about Washington Post writer Dana Milbank's opposition over the Family Research Council being labeled a "hate group": So, into this wades Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank, who...Show More Summary
Isn't that sweet of them. Still, nothing compares to the Onion's satire report on the gay hookers serving the GOP convention.
Dan Savage recently invited Brian Brown, the head of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), to dinner at his house for a conversation about Christianity and gays, moderated by the NYT religion reporter. The dinner took place on August 15, last week, and it was just released. Show More Summary
Just sayin'. Tennessee state Sen. Stacey Campfield (R) falsely claimed on Thursday that it was nearly impossible for someone to contract AIDS through heterosexual contact. “Most people realize that AIDS came from the homosexual community,” he told Michelangelo Signorile, who hosts a radio program on SiriusXM OutQ. Show More Summary
Thank you. I got beaten up on Twitter by a number of lesbians who called me a woman-hater for not writing about this "hate crime" because the story smelled funny to me. I just didn't believe it. Hard to say why. I read the story, and it just didn't sound right. Show More Summary