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New Christian Martyr Story from UK!

Look for the Peter LaBarberas of the world to add this to their gripe file soon: Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who own the Chymorvah Private

December 08, 2010 Blog

UK Doctor’s Claim of ‘Religious Discrimination’ Denied by Tribunal

The other day, we reported on a doctor in the United Kingdom who was crying “religious discrimination!,” due to the fact that she, according to

November 17, 2010 Blog

IA Senate Majority Leader Won’t Back Down on Protecting Equality

This is awesome to see from an elected official — a spine! Senate Republicans intend to try various maneuvers to force a vote [on marriage

November 04, 2010 Blog

Ugandan Anti-Gay Law Not Shelved, By Any Means

Viciously anti-gay Ugandan MP David Bahati says it still will become law: The member of the Ugandan Parliament behind a controversial “anti-gay” bill that would

October 28, 2010 Blog

Inclusive Nondiscrimination Ordinance Reintroduced in Memphis

It was tabled just a few weeks ago due to lack of support, but now it’s back: This morning, the [Memphis city] council’s personnel committee

October 26, 2010 Blog

GOProud-Endorsed Sean Bielat on DADT: Short People Can’t Serve Either!

Sean Bielat, who is running to unseat the openly gay congressman from Massachusetts, Barney Frank, was asked in the Boston Herald how he felt about

October 25, 2010 Blog

Louis Marinelli: Marriage Equality Won’t Be Real Because Some People Will Still Be Bigots

I’m not sure whose point Louis Marinelli of NOM affiliate is trying to make here, or if he’s making our case more effectively than

October 25, 2010 Blog

Ninth Circuit Grants Emergency Stay on DADT Ruling

This is getting ridiculous: A federal appeals court on Wednesday temporarily stalled the landmark court decision allowing openly gay recruits to be accepted into the

October 21, 2010 Blog

Enormous Consequences

In the 167 hours since a court ruling suspended the U.S. armed forces’ antigay personnel policy, the Palm Center has carefully counted the following enormous

October 19, 2010 Blog

Mississippi Corrections Officer Fired for Being Gay; ACLU Suing

As Joe says, this is why we need ENDA: On June 14, while at home and off-duty, [Corrections officer Andre] Cooley called 911 after his

October 18, 2010 Blog
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