The Onion Does It Again: “Gay Teen Worried He Might Be Christian”

Awesome: LOUISVILLE, KY‚ÄîAt first glance, high school senior Lucas Faber, 18, seems like any ordinary gay teen. He’s a member of his school’s swing choir,

January 12, 2010 Blog

“One Never Knows When The Homosexual Is About”

Today, the trial against Proposition 8 included a lot of expert testimony on the history of marriage, and on the long, shameful history of discrimination

January 12, 2010 Blog

States With Gay Marriage Bans Also Have More Divorces

Hulk smash Fundamentalist Christian preconceived notions of superior morality!* Nate Silver, as he so often does, analyzed the data and found that Over the past

January 12, 2010 Blog

Perry v. Schwarzenegger: Recapping Day One

Here’s a round-up of reactions to and accounts of the first day of the historic federal trial against Proposition 8: Karen Ocamb at LGBT POV

January 12, 2010 Blog

Anti-choice Group Debuts New Magazine With, Ahem, an Interesting Name

An anti-choice group called Live Action* has debuted a new magazine. What are they calling it? The Advocate. Really. Goodness. Don’t these people ever do

January 12, 2010 Blog

Guy Stuff! (with Randy Thomas)

I dunno, you guys, but Randy Thomas is absolutely queening out over the fact that Sarah Palin has gotten a new job (on top of

January 11, 2010 Blog

‘Porno Pete’ Video Approaches Twenty-thousand Views

It is hard to believe, but a spoof video on anti-gay activist Peter LaBarbera (aka Porno Pete) is on the verge of twenty-thousand views on

January 11, 2010 Blog

Tucker Carlson’s New “Conservafluffington Post” Starts Off With a Bang

And by “bang,” I mean gay jokes and rape jokes. Ha ha ha! Right? First, we have the gay joke, via Media Matters: Tucker Carlson’s

January 11, 2010 Blog

Live Twitter Feeds from Prop. 8 Trial

Since the Supreme Court has effectively censored video coverage of the Proposition 8 marriage trial, at least until Wednesday, Truth Wins Out supports the efforts

January 11, 2010 Blog

The Big Federal Marriage Trial In California Set To Begin

Today, the big federal marriage case in California, Perry v. Schwarzenegger, begins. In a San Francisco courtroom, ideological opposites David Boies (liberal) and Ted Olson

January 11, 2010 Blog, News
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