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What New-Year Resolutions Should Exodus and FOTF Make?

2010: Figuratively if not factually, it’s the dawn of a new decade. What resolutions should Exodus International and Focus on the Family make for the

December 30, 2009 Blog
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Uganda’s Colonial Vigilantes Target Alleged Human-Rights Supporters

Ugandan tabloid Red Pepper, which is regarded by some Ugandans as a pawn of President Yoweri Museveni, today initiated a new witchhunt against presumed enemies

December 30, 2009 Blog
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Prop. 8 Supporters Don’t Want Bigotry Televised

Fittingly, those who oppose equal marriage rights in California do not want a Jan. 11 federal trial on the issue televised. This is because they

December 30, 2009 Blog
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Anatomy of An Apology

One of the many moral failings of the Christian Right is their frequent inability to apologize, authentically, for wrongdoing. Some examples quickly come to mind:

December 30, 2009 Blog
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‘Ex-Gay’ Mother’s Supporters Encourage Kidnap

On the Facebook support group for “ex-gay” poster mom Lisa Miller, several people — including the group’s creator — are praying for the success of

December 30, 2009 Blog
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Peter LaBarbera Now Officially a Parody of Himself

If you headline a post like this: Voters Have a Right to Know if a Candidate Practices Homosexuality And the first line of your piece

December 29, 2009 Blog
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Gay Marriage in Argentina is 1st in Latin America

Two Argentine men were joined Monday in Latin America’s first same-sex marriage, traveling to the southernmost tip of the Americas to find a welcoming spot

December 29, 2009 Blog
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Top 10 Most Significant GLBT-Related Events of the Decade

Ron Buckmire has created a list of the 10 most significant GLBT events of the decade. Somehow, he left off me getting my cat, Critter,

December 29, 2009 Blog
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Is ‘Ex-Lesbian’ Lisa Miller An Outlaw On The Lam?

TWO’s Mike Airhart has written about the drama involving the unscrupulous “ex-lesbian” Lisa Miller who broke up with partner Janet Jenkins after becoming born again.

December 29, 2009 Blog
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Pakistani Supreme Court Officially Recognizes Transgender People

Wow, this is an interesting development: Late on Wednesday, the Supreme Court in Pakistan ordered that the government officially recognize a separate gender for Pakistan’s

December 28, 2009 Blog
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