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Linda Harvey, Writing about Bullying, Again…

As Kyle at Right Wing Watch noted, this Linda Harvey column is more inane than anything she’s ever written, so it’s frankly not worth criticizing

October 18, 2010 Blog

LA Times: Anti-Bullying Programs are about Respect for People and Facts, Not a ‘Homosexual Agenda’

An editorial in today’s LA Times pushes back against the absurd mental contortions of Tony Perkins and his cohorts as they seek to pretend they

October 18, 2010 Blog

A Light Shines in Ft. Worth

Joel Burns, an openly-gay councilman in Ft. Worth, Texas, gave a speech in which he assured gay teens that “life gets better.” What the courageous

October 16, 2010 Blog

Minnesota Family Council’s Tom Prichard Still Petulantly Opposes Real Anti-Bullying Programs

I wrote the other day about the grotesque words of one Tom Prichard, of the Minnesota “Family” Council [sic], who essentially blames the victims in

October 15, 2010 Blog

Memphis Teen Allegedly Attacked by Gang for Sexual Orientation

It’s happening everywhere, all corners of the country, in all kinds of neighborhoods.  I’m glad The News is paying attention: A Mid-South teen said he

October 15, 2010 Blog

New York: Three Kids Charged in Anti-Gay Attack

This is what so many kids deal with every day: Three teenagers beat and slapped a younger boy during bus rides to and from school

October 14, 2010 Blog

Laurie Higgins Losing It Over College Students Acting Like College Students

PZ Myers points us to something truly hilarious.  Apparently one of the Illinois Family Institute’s Laurie Higgins’ kids went to Gustavus Adolphus, a small Lutheran

October 14, 2010 Blog

Wonkette’s Liz Glover Talks to WaPo’s Jonathan Capehart on Teen Bullying

Nice.  Thanks be to Liz Glover, who caught up with Washington Post reporter Jonathan Capehart at a benefit for The Trevor Project!

October 14, 2010 Blog

Dallas Excludes Sexual Minorities from Proposed Antibully Policy

The Dallas Independent School District in the 1990s enacted a non-discrimination policy which encouraged the discrimination that is now occurring against transgender staff and students.

October 13, 2010 Blog

Sassy Gay Friend: ‘It Gets Better’

You all are probably by now familiar with the fabulous videos Second City’s Brian Gallivan makes as the “Sassy Gay Friend.”  If you’re not, I’m

October 13, 2010 Blog
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