Dan Savage - the activist responsible for the It Gets Better campaign in response to bullying - stirred up a bit of controversy this week when he gave a speech at the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle and told those in attendance:
We can learn to “learn to ignore the bullshit in the Bible about gay people.”
Savage went on to compare these passages to those regarding shell fish, menstruation and, especially, slavery, saying the bible is a "pro-slavery document," but we've grown to look past those parts while honoring what's really important within its pages.
Catholic League President Bill Donohue is not having any of Dan Savage's apology. On Friday, the gay rights activist delivered the keynote addresses at the National High School Journalism Conference in Seattle, saying - while making... Read Post
UGH. Dan Savage, writer and creator of the It Get's Better campaign, encountered a walkout during his speech at the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle, when he said, "We can learn to ignore the bull—t in the Bible... Read Post