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Ugandan MP David Bahati Wants to ‘Kill Every Gay Person’

Unfortunately, we’ve been consumed with Mehlman fever (antibiotics should do the trick) the past twenty four hours, so I missed this. Jeff Sharlet has a

August 27, 2010 Blog
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Coca-Cola Runs Homoerotic Ad in Egypt

Ballsy. [h/t Towleroad

August 26, 2010 Blog
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What It Feels Like to Live in a Society That Discriminates

I wrote the other day about the goings on in the Memphis City Council, which was considering an inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance for city employees. Unfortunately,

August 26, 2010 Blog
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Ken Mehlman Has Made MSNBC Anchor Gay (UPDATED)

No, just kidding! But in reporting on the Ken Mehlman story today, MSNBC anchor Peter Alexander Thomas Roberts came out openly discussed his sexual orientation

August 26, 2010 Blog
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New Wonkette Piece on Ken Mehlman

It seemed appropriate to jump on the Ken Mehlman story for my weekly Wonkette column: Rumors about former RNC chair Ken Mehlman’s Complete Gayness have

August 26, 2010 Blog
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Molotov Mitchell Shares Biblical Hatred With Gay ‘Friend’

The post title is a direct correction of Peter LaBarbera’s Ministry of Love-style headline for the same video.  We’ve written about Molotov Mitchell before, several

August 26, 2010 Blog
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Ken Mehlman Is Still Funding Anti-Gay Politicians

Michael Jones has the goods: Look him up on opensecrets.org, and you’ll see that Kenneth Mehlman has given money to a wide range of politicians

August 26, 2010 Blog
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Ken Mehlman’s Official Coming-Out Party Is Now!

The piece directly below this one broke the news that Ken Mehlman, former RNC chair, would be coming out in an article from Marc Ambinder

August 25, 2010 Blog
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Former RNC Chair Ken Mehlman Finally Coming Out of the Closet

For many years, Ken Mehlman worked to prop up elected anti-gay bigots, including running the virulently anti-gay reelection campaign of George W. Bush in 2004.

August 25, 2010 Blog
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Memphis LGBT Leaders Pull Non-Discrimination Ordinance Due to Lack of City Council Support, Maturity

The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) and Memphis city councilwoman Janis Fullilove have just pulled a proposed, inclusive non-discrimination ordinance, scheduled for a second reading today,

August 24, 2010 Blog
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