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Thoughts on Anderson Cooper and the “Private Lives” of LGBT People

Yesterday’s news that Anderson Cooper had finally come out of the closet brought a smile to my face. Sure, it wasn’t a watershed moment like

July 03, 2012 Blog, Opinion

Tragedy Strikes Texas: My Trip to a Vigil For Lesbian Couple South Texas, Corpus Christi, Coastal Bend When I first heard that a gunman shot a teenage lesbian couple in Portland, Texas, I pictured a

July 03, 2012 Blog, News, Opinion

Analysis: The Future of Exodus International — A New Leaf or New Lies?

A major Associated Press story came out today with an encouraging headline: “Christian group backs away from ex-gay therapy.” According to the well-written and informative

June 27, 2012 Blog, Opinion

Why I’m Going to Texas Vigil to Mourn Lesbian Couple

(Weekly Column) The more victories the LGBT movement racks up, the more vicious our opponents become. When I look at the anti-gay extremism in 2012,

June 26, 2012 Blog, Opinion

Exit, Don’t Enable the Roman Catholic Church

(Weekly Column) If there is one thing that irks me, it is having the Roman Catholic Church preach to me about sexual morality. It is

June 19, 2012 Blog, Opinion

Vermont House Formally Urges FDA to Lift Lifetime Ban on Gay Blood Donors

Yesterday, June 14, was World Blood Donor Day. In a statement, the World Health Organization called blood donation a heroic and life-saving act; the American

June 15, 2012 Blog, Opinion

U.S. Catholic Bishops Again Ignore Pressing Issues, Launch PR Campaign

Remember back in November of last year, when the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) held a general meeting in which they ignored issues

June 15, 2012 Blog, Opinion

Gay Parents Study: Dollarship Disguised as Scholarship

(Weekly Column) There are two things we know about the religious right: They have no faith in science, and they cynically distort science to justify

June 13, 2012 Blog, Opinion

Time to Face the Truth

(Weekly Column) Anti-gay activists have long argued that gay people do not need protection from discrimination because they can hide their identity. Anti-gay activist Janet

June 04, 2012 Blog, Opinion

Serpent-Handling West Virginia Pastor Dies from Rattlesnake Bite

I think I’ve found my nominee for a 2012 Darwin Award. Presented without further comment, courtesy of the Washington Post (head over to their website for

June 04, 2012 Blog, Opinion
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