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Gay Rights March Planned for Memphis

Last week, Memphis city councilwoman Janis Fullilove, at the request of the Tennessee Equality Project, pulled an inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance from consideration, because it was

August 30, 2010 Blog

AFA’s Bryan Fischer Extends Crusade to ‘People Who Want to Use the Anus for Sex’

First, the quote, then analysis. He’s got his back up about Glenn Beck here: A student at Augusta State University has just been thrown out

August 30, 2010 Blog

Poor, Put-Upon, Sad White Man at Beck Rally Claims He Is Victim of ‘Homosexuals’ and ‘Affirmative Action’ (UPDATED)

Why are dumb white male yokels never willing to embrace the fact that if gays, racial minorities or women do better than them in life,

August 28, 2010 Blog

Late Friday Random Ten [Oceans Edition]

Time for the weekly wrap-up and then some music, so let’s go. Ken Mehlman is gay gay gay gay GAY gay super-duper gay.  Ann Coulter

August 27, 2010 Blog

Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary to NOM: Stop Using Our Song

The numbskulls at NOM apparently have no clue why it’s inappropriate to use Peter, Paul & Mary’s version of “This Land Is Your Land” at

August 27, 2010 Blog

Peter LaBarbera Is Upset With Michael Steele for Being Nice to Ken Mehlman

Peter throws so many temper tantrums per week these days, it’s hard to keep up.  Yesterday, instead of reacting to the Mehlman Fever like everybody

August 27, 2010 Blog

Roger Ebert on Marriage Equality

Roger Ebert truly has found his voice amidst his own personal pain.  In a long, winding piece, he explains his support for equal marriage rights,

August 27, 2010 Blog

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

Coca-Cola Runs Homoerotic Ad in Egypt

Ballsy. [h/t Towleroad

August 26, 2010 Blog

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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