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Riverside Reverend Does Right

(The Reverend Brad R. Braxton, Ph.D.) The Riverside Church in the City of New York stands in solidarity with our sisters and brothers throughout the

November 21, 2008 Blog
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White and Black Gays: How to Move Forward Together

The National Black Justice Coalition is a civil rights organization dedicated to empowering black LGBT Americans. In a Nov. 19 article for The Advocate, NBJC

November 20, 2008 Blog
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Double Standards and Hints of Violence

One day after State Senator John Campbell announced he is going to introduce a gay marriage bill this legislative session, Campbell received a threat. The

November 20, 2008 Blog
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Ex-Gay Michael Glatze Wants All to Accept Freedom-from-Freedom

While gay-affirming Americans rallied for the freedom to marry in 300 cities last week, ex-gay activist Michael Glatze vented some misplaced resentment and boasted that

November 20, 2008 Blog
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GOP Pundit: ‘Armband religion is killing the Republican Party’

Armband religion is practiced by people who wear “faith” on their sleeve, for the world to see, and not in their hearts. The Washington Post

November 20, 2008 Blog
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S.F. Gays Practiced Peaceful Defense against Violent Theocrats

After the passage by antigay Californians of antifamily Proposition 8, peaceful rallies for gay equality and the freedom to marry were held in more than

November 20, 2008 Blog
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What to Do about Churches that Abuse Taxpayer Handouts?

The United States government has a long history of subsidizing churches, indirectly, for benefits that churches and other ostensibly non-profit organizations are perceived to provide

November 19, 2008 Blog
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California Supreme Court May Yet Find Prop 8 Unconstitutional

CNN remembers: In its May 15 ruling legalizing gay marriage in California, the [California Supreme Court] justices seemed to signal that a ballot initiative like

November 19, 2008 Blog
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Trouble at Focus on the Family

Call it karma, but Focus on the Family is now in big trouble. At the group’s peak, it had nearly 1,500 employees. This week, they

November 18, 2008 Blog
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The Winds of Change

Few people at the three Proposition 8 protest rallies I attended — two in New York and one in Chicago — were familiar. The ones

November 18, 2008 Blog, Opinion
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