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Marriage: The Writing Is On The Barn Wall

By Wayne Besen Only ten years ago, it looked like gay people would not be able to marry until the cows came home. With an

April 07, 2009 Blog, Press Release
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Equating Violence with ‘Truth’: Exodus Seeks to Silence Gay Youth

Exodus International’s Day of Truth is a campaign to oppose students and faculty — especially in public schools — who oppose anti-gay bullying. For 13

April 07, 2009 Blog
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Marriage Scores Victories; Focus on the Family, Allies Advocate Mob Rule

In just five days, leaders of Iowa, Vermont, and the District of Columbia have opted to protect marriage by ensuring that same-gender couples can marry.

April 07, 2009 Blog
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Focus Broadcaster Caught by “Teen Girl” in Internet Sex Sting

Another religious-right figure is on the hot seat for inappropriate behavior and hypcrisy: The Colorado Independent reports that Focus on the Family Spanish-language broadcaster Juan

April 06, 2009 Blog, Scandals
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Movie-short on Jamaica’ Anti-Gay Violence to Show In New York City

I strongly urge all people interested in stopping the anti-gay violence in Jamaica to see Taboo Yardies, a film-short on the issue. It will be

April 06, 2009 Blog
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‘Boycott Jamaica’ Campaign Gathers Strength

Latest media coverage of Boycott Jamaica: Silence threats from gay community April 1, The Gleaner, Jamaica Gays in US ‘Boycott Jamaica’ April 1, The Gleaner,

April 01, 2009 Blog
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Jamaica: A Killer Vacation

This week, I joined San Francisco organizer Michael Petrelis and Box Turtle Bulletin editor Jim Burroway in launching an international boycott against Jamaica (www.boycottJamaica.org). While

March 31, 2009 Blog
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Uganda Vigilante Movement Borrows Ex-Gay Leader Richard Cohen to Fuel Violence

Stephen Langa, a leader of Uganda’s antigay vigilante movement, utilized the philosophy of ex-gay guru and longtime PFOX president Richard Cohen during the March 5-7

March 31, 2009 Blog
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Ex-Gay Vigilante Campaign Escalates in Uganda

Antigay and ex-gay activists continue to incite an organized campaign of violence against gay Ugandans, possibly with misappropriated U.S. government funding. Orlando-based Exodus International —

March 31, 2009 Blog
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Survey Says 1 in 6 U.K. Psychiatrists Has Tried to ‘Cure’ A Gay

One in six British psychiatrists has tried to “cure” a gay patient, and some continue to mistreat their patients — even though ex-gay theories about

March 26, 2009 Blog
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