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Jan Brewer Asks Supremes to Let Her Discriminate Against Same-Sex Couples

Just when you thought Arizona Governor Jan Brewer — famous for her relentless attacks on racial and ethnic minorities, women, and LGBT people, to name

July 09, 2012 Blog

Eagle Scout Hands In His Award Over Boy Scouts’ Anti-Gay Policies

I was  never a Boy Scout growing up, but I remember that, for those who were, attaining the rank of Eagle was a high honor,

June 18, 2012 Blog

Bryan Fischer: Conservatives Should Embrace Discrimination

Bryan Fischer, hate group spokesmodel extraordinaire, thinks conservatives are just too shy when it comes to discriminating against gay people. Of course, he uses the

June 04, 2012 Blog

Earth to NOM: People Know When They’re Being Used

NOM made embarrassing headlines earlier this year when it was revealed that they cynically planned to pit black Americans against the LGBT community, in an

May 25, 2012 Blog

“Seeds Of Hatred Planted In Sick Minds”

We’re still on this Pastor Worley thing. Hopefully it will be over soon. However, here are two clips that are interesting to watch back to

May 23, 2012 Blog

Devastating Video: It Could Happen to You

For the past two weeks I’ve been reading through stories people have sent in about how DOMA hurts them and the ones they love, in

May 08, 2012 Blog

Is DOMA Causing You Financial Hardship?

Earlier this month I wrote a piece about how the “Defense of Marriage Act” unfairly punishes same-sex couples during tax time, which was prompted by

April 24, 2012 Blog

Press Secretary Grilled On Obama’s Rejection of Non-Discrimination Executive Order

This is a really interesting exchange from today’s briefing with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. As Andy said, The Washington Blade, Metro Weekly, and

April 12, 2012 Blog

Can a Man Be Raped? The LAPD Doesn’t Appear to Think So…

On August 31, 2009, James Hornik was raped by another male in Hollywood, California. Naturally, Hornik contacted the Los Angeles Police Department to report the

April 04, 2012 Blog

David Pakman Interviews Stacey Campfield About Gayness, Getting Thrown Out of a Knoxville Restaurant, Etc.

This is hilarious. Tennessee’s Stacey Campfield, author of the state’s now infamous “Don’t Say Gay” legislation, who last week explained, among other things, that AIDS

January 30, 2012 Blog
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