A recent Gallup poll found that 31 percent of Americans self-identify as social liberals, and that an equal percentage call themselves social conservatives -- the first time since Gallup began conducting such surveys in 1999 that conservatives haven’t outnumbered liberals. Show More Summary
As we wait for the Supreme Court to make its decision on same-sex marriage, several articles this week offered great arguments about marriage and gender issues. It’s a good thing, too. They are needed. Even a gay atheist thinks so. That’s how Matthew Parris described himself (ht, RC2) in The Spectator: “Even as a (gay) […]
Matthew Parris, in a characteristically elegant essay in this week’s magazine, complains about the rubbish quality of the arguments against gay marriage in the wake of the Irish Referendum; so… Continue reading The post Irish Catholicism’s response to gay marriage hasn’t been totally incoherent appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Last week, Ireland made history by becoming the first country to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote, giving gay people the right to marry once the law is written into the legislature in the next couple of months. The European country is now one of 19 international territories that have legalized gay marriage, along with 37 U.S. Show More Summary
Chatanooga-based WRCB is refusing to an air a 30-second ad produced by Freedom to Marry and featuring a gay Republican soldier, which makes the case for marriage equality in Tennessee, Buzzfeed News reports. “It’s just a very controversial and personal...
Our pick of this week's 10 best psychology and neuroscience links:Author Of Tainted Gay Marriage Study Admits To Destroying Data But Stands By ResultsThe US grad student at the centre of an unfolding research scandal publishes his response, as promised. Show More Summary
Now that Ireland has voted Yes to same-sex marriage, it will be widely believed that this trend is unstoppable and those who oppose it will end up looking like people… Continue reading The post Is gay marriage just a fad? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Michael LaCour, the UCLA political scientist accused of falsifying results in a highly publicized same-sex marriage study, lashed back at his critics late Friday by issuing a 23-page response that also included apologies for "misrepresenting survey incentives and funding."
With the Supreme Court nearing its historic ruling on same-sex marriage, recent Gallup polling shows a remarkably broad-based public shift toward support of such unions. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
The Irish referendum on same-sex marriage, held last Saturday, has created a wave of hope for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans- equality across Europe and indeed the rest of the world. Last weekend, 62% of Irish voters chose to backShow More Summary
In his published study about canvassers changing people’s minds about gay marriage, Michael J. LaCour named sources of funding who say they did not contribute.
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In a social media post Thursday, Franklin Graham called Ireland "a once staunchly religious country" that is now a "light shining in the wrong direction."
This is perhaps the most profound analysis of the problem of homosexuals: they are slaves to sex.
When 30-year-old lawyer David Messerschmitt got a response to his Craigslist ad seeking some male affections outside his heterosexual marriage, he never could have expected the danger he’d be walking into. Messerschmitt went to meet “Chris Sanchez” at a hotel in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Word has been out on Twitter and elsewhere that NR has endorsed gay marriage. We haven ’ t. Here ’? s our last editorial on the topic. The source of the rumor is this piece by Jason. It has long been the tradition of NR, establishedShow More Summary
A TV station in Chattanooga, Tennessee has declined to air a pro-gay marriage commercial starring a gay Republican military veteran.
The outcome of the Ireland vote shocked many in the pro-family movement. But what the mainstream press isn’t reporting is even more shocking.
This weekly travel column is brought to you by ManAboutWorld, an immersive digital gay travel magazine for iOS and Android devices from Billy Kolber, Ed Salvato, Kenny Porpora, and nearly 75 Global Correspondents. Along with marriage equality in Ireland, the...