Before the New York Times suddenly discovered the story, in-depth reporting on Uganda was mostly limited to Rachel’s show and the LGBT blogosphere. But now
Throughout the controversy over Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” legislation, religious leaders who have played key roles in Uganda have, for the most part, been eventually
Then you may need to see a therapist. Also, you are probably a wingnut. Here is former Navy chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt, the shame of current/former
Michael wrote last night about the piece in the New York Times about the Uganda “Kill the Gays” bill and its American Evangelical supporters. The
Oh boy. This doesn’t have anything to do with gay rights or the ex-gay movement, but I think it’s revelatory of a certain worldview we
This was unfortunately predictable: Lisa Miller, who was ordered by a court in Vermont to turn over her child to her former partner, has missed
Here’s to a brilliant, beautiful 2010, everybody! And just so you know I mean it, here’s a pretty picture to inspire you when you’re down!
UPDATE BELOW From his blog: As a straight man I really have nothing to gain by standing up for equal rights for Gays, Lesbians, Bisexual,
Yes, it’s going to be great! Voting to take away people’s rights is so much more fun than we ever knew! Thanks, Maggie Gallagher! Heh.
It’s that time again, apparently. No, not for movies or whatever, but (I think?) those are coming soon.* Peter LaBarbera has been nominating people for