Nothing to link to yet, but The Advocate just tweeted it. UPDATE, via The Political Carnival: A federal judge in Riverside declared the U.S. military’s
I’ve always liked Kathy Griffin, but I’m actually a bit impressed by the serious tone she takes in discussing the Prop 8 case, and moreover,
It’s so hard to tell. On the subject of DADT repeal (if it ever happens): WASHINGTON—As Congress prepares to allow gay individuals to serve openly
If you’re a garden variety homophobe, you might think the prospect of DADT repeal only involves gays and super-sexy shower scenes. Oh, how wrong you
I love watching Rachel do this. In this clip, she and Joe Sestak discuss the weird, disturbed comments from Congressman Ike Skelton (Conservadem-MO), Chairman of
This is Al Krieger, mayor of Yuma, Arizona. His masculinity is threatened by gay men: Anyway, Al Krieger doesn’t really need to worry about “lacy-drawered,
P.Z. Myers, reacting to Tony Perkins’ latest caterwauling about DADT repeal (something about how the military will be “forced” to abandon religious myths about people
Nancy Pelosi and Patrick Murphy totally shoved it down everybody’s throats, and they didn’t even let the GOP establish a safeword first! The amendment in
Politico ran a piece yesterday penned by leaders from three of our allies’ militaries, all of which allow gays and lesbians to serve openly. Maj.
The compromise isn’t great, but it’s a step in the right direction, and I feel more comfortable with it with Patrick Murphy leading the way.