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Michael Bloomberg’s Message of Equality

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently spoke at PFLAG’s annual dinner and, in light of the awful spate of gay teen suicides and anti-gay attacks

October 13, 2010 Blog
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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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Bryan Fischer: “If we want to see fewer students commit suicide, we want fewer homosexual students.”

Bryan Fischer does not exist within reality.  If he did, he would understand that homosexual students will always exist, no matter what kind of verbal

October 13, 2010 Blog
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Fort Worth City Councilman Joel Burns Offers Moving Testimony, Hope to Gay Teens

This is what a fierce advocate looks like. This happened in the City Council meeting yesterday in Fort Worth, Texas.  If you’ve ever been to

October 13, 2010 Blog
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Mother of Gay Son, Bullied to Death, Rebuts Tony Perkins’ Bigotry in Washington Post

A lot of LGBT writers, including this one, were understandably annoyed that the Washington Post, Sally Quinn, and Jon Meacham decided to give Tony Perkins

October 13, 2010 Blog
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Son of ‘Proud Homophobe’ Jonathan Katz Comes Out as Gay

During the summer, there was a little uproar when it was discovered that a scientist on Obama’s panel addressing the BP oil spill, Jonathan Katz,

October 12, 2010 Blog
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Dear Washington Post: Tony Perkins’ Bigotry Is Not ‘Faith’

Pam points out something truly ridiculous:  the supposedly venerable Washington Post has decided to give Tony Perkins space in their “On Faith” column to spew

October 12, 2010 Blog
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Federal Judge Orders Obama Administration to Stop Enforcing DADT

Nice! Via The Advocate: In a Tuesday ruling, U.S. district judge Virginia A. Phillips ordered the Defense Department to “immediately to suspend and discontinue any

October 12, 2010 Blog
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Peter LaBarbera Is Upset with Joe Jervis for Stating Fact!

There’s not much to this story, except that Peter LaBarbera is reacting hysterically to the fact that Joe Jervis pointed out the other day that,

October 12, 2010 Blog
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Marching for Equality in Memphis

Yesterday was a special day in Memphis, Tennessee. Black people, white people, gay people, straight people, transgender people, [insert minority and/or majority here], etc., gathered

October 12, 2010 Blog
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