LGBT rights stamps from the UN, gay marriage in Mexico, the beginning of the end of ex-gay therapy in New York, a badass trans Girl Scout who sold a fuckton of cookies, and a baby goat. A BABY GOAT! The post Sunday Funday Just Bought a Bunch of Cookies From a Badass Trans Girl Scout appeared first on Autostraddle.
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A former Republican state senator in Tennessee has filed his second lawsuit in two months to try and block same-sex couples from marrying in The Volunteer State. David Fowler, head of the Family Action Council, Tennessee’s arm of the Fam… Read The post Former GOP Lawmaker Files Another Lawsuit to Block Gay Marriage in Tennessee appeared first on Towleroad.
A prominent gay rights and human rights activist in the U.K. has now publicly expressed support for the family owned Christian bakery which declined to decorate a cake with a pro-gay marriage message. London-based Peter Tatchell admitted this week that he changed his mind about the ongoing legal case against Ashers Bakery given the importance... Show More Summary
A federal judge in Nebraska has issued a permanent injunction against the state’s ban on gay marriage. The AP reports: The injunction issued Thursday by U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Bataillon was largely a formality, as a Supreme Court rul… Read The post Federal Judge Issues Permanent Injunction Against Nebraska’s Gay Marriage Ban appeared first on Towleroad.
The Marriage Alliance, a group which describes itself as “a grassroots movement that educates and empowers Australians to understand the effects of same sex marriage on our rights & freedoms,” tweeted an image yesterday of a woman in… Read The post Gay Marriage is a Rainbow Noose About to Hang This Woman, According to Group with Bad Photoshop Skills appeared first on Towleroad.
The deeper issue is that Christian hegemony is being substantially challenged in many social spheres. Why has religious freedom become such a hot topic around the nation? States like Georgia, Indiana and West Virginia have taken up controversial “religious freedom” bills with particular zeal. Show More Summary
Phil Robertson, the star of the American reality television series "Duck Dynasty" on A&E, recently took a stand for Texas senator and 2016 presidentiable Ted Cruz at the latter's campaign in Iowa City.
Anti-gay activist group National Organization for Marriage has reacted with unbridled joy at the news of Ted Cruz’s god-ordained victory at the Iowa Caucus. In a letter to the faithful, NOM President Brian Brown wrote: We won a hugeShow More Summary
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Oppn to bring a cross-party bill to a vote, forcing Turnbull's hand.
[youtube:DEXAUZrMvSE] Who'd have thunk it? A 74-year-old who wants to raise taxes, describes the US economy as rigged, hates kissing babies, is pro-choice, and in favour of gay marriage, has just become Hillary Clinton's worst nightmare. OK so Bernie Sanders hasn't won the Iowa Democratic Caucus. Show More Summary
Gay marriage has frequently occupied the forefront of political debate in Australia, and this week the country’s highest-profile politicians have again thrown the prospect of legalizing gay marriage into heated discussion. The recent...Show More Summary
Introducing Ted Cruz at an Iowa event this past weekend, Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson spent some time railing about what gay marriage supporters are forcing him to swallow.
YouTube This is where Republican politics has ended up in 2016 -- outright hate speech and bigotry on the national stage, in a presidential race. And it's come to be just expected, normal behavior from conservatives. Duck Dynasty's Phil...Show More Summary
BOSTON (AP) — Two Massachusetts students say they staged a marriage proposal at a Ted Cruz rally as a demonstration against the Republican presidential hopeful's stance on gay marriage. Emerson College sophomores Arden Jurskis and Kenzy...Show More Summary
It appears as if the homophobic legacy of "Duck Dynasty" will carry on through the 2016 U.S. presidential election cycle. The reality show's patriarch, Phil Robertson, stumped for Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz at a rally in...Show More Summary
After all, it's a "YUGE" issue, as far as his base is concerned.
Reader Justin Scott, an Iowan who takes his politics seriously, has been going to meet-and-greets with a number of candidates to ask why atheists should consider supporting them.He recently asked Jeb Bush his thoughts on separation of...Show More Summary
Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson doubled down on antigay bigotry at an event for Ted Cruz in Iowa over the weekend. Remember when Duck Dynasty was an innocuous and controversy free reality show on A&E? Yeah, neither do we. Since that infamous GQ article from January 2014, Robertson and crew have become darlings of the far right while destroying [...]