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Linda Harvey and Other Religious Right Leaders Still in Damage Control Mode

As well they should be. No, scratch that.  If they had any decency in their hearts or humility in their bones, they would be on

October 27, 2010 Blog
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Michigan Ass’t AG Andrew Shirvell Wants Back on University of Michigan Campus

During the utterly creepy time when Michigan Assistant Attorney General was stalking openly gay University of Michigan student Chris Armstrong, Armstrong understandably petitioned for a

October 27, 2010 Blog
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Bishop Spong Unleashes Epic Manifesto

UPDATE: Commenter Gary points out that this is about a year old.  This is what happens when this particular blogger writes words on the internet

October 27, 2010 Blog
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Inclusive Nondiscrimination Ordinance Reintroduced in Memphis

It was tabled just a few weeks ago due to lack of support, but now it’s back: This morning, the [Memphis city] council’s personnel committee

October 26, 2010 Blog
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AFL-CIO’s Richard Trumka: It Gets Better

I really like Richard Trumka, the AFL-CIO president.  Here’s his submission. [h/t Joe

October 26, 2010 Blog
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Wait, Is Gary Glenn Saying MI Candidate Toni Sessoms Is Gay?

This is hilarious, in terms of the extreme desperation the Religious Right is starting to show toward all things gay.  It’s a robo-call from Gary

October 26, 2010 Blog
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Anti-Gay Bus in Iowa Wearing Purple for Bullied Gay Teens?

Ha ha, of course not, but it’s kind of funny that this — dubbed the Judge Bus — is what’s travelling around Iowa right now

October 26, 2010 Blog
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No, Dan Savage Is Not Acting Like a Bully

There’s a piece in The Daily Cardinal, the newspaper of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, about the recent spate of gay teen suicides, where

October 26, 2010 Blog
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A Former Bigot Tells His Story

Bigots:  It gets better, but you have to choose a better lifestyle. Mark Osler, a law professor at the University of St. Thomas, has a

October 26, 2010 Blog
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GOProud-Endorsed Sean Bielat on DADT: Short People Can’t Serve Either!

Sean Bielat, who is running to unseat the openly gay congressman from Massachusetts, Barney Frank, was asked in the Boston Herald how he felt about

October 25, 2010 Blog
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