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It’s Really Gross when Anti-Gay Bigots Use MLK, Jr.’s Image to Support Discrimination

Talk about co-opting the message of a Civil Rights hero… The following ad is running for Tom Emmer’s campaign in Minnesota.  It’s put out by

October 18, 2010 Blog
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F-Bombs for Equality

This video is full of a certain potty word, so don’t watch it at work unless you work somewhere cool. That being said, it rules,

October 15, 2010 Blog
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Marching for Equality in Memphis

Yesterday was a special day in Memphis, Tennessee. Black people, white people, gay people, straight people, transgender people, [insert minority and/or majority here], etc., gathered

October 12, 2010 Blog
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Thousands Protest in Salt Lake City

[Djamila Grossman, The Salt Lake Tribune] On the heels of extremely bigoted, anti-gay remarks the other day from Boyd Packer, one of the highest ranking

October 08, 2010 Blog
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Jane Hamsher on How Anti-Gay Laws Affect LGBT Youth

What Jane says here is so true.  Part of it is society and the messages we send.  Part of it is the Religious Right, and

October 01, 2010 Blog
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The Next DADT Case Going to Trial

Yep, there’s another one. Major Margaret Witt, a flight nurse in the Air Force [because medical care is only important, as long as the nurse

September 13, 2010 Blog
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Brigham Young University Censors Student Letter About Prop 8

As P.Z. Myers says, here’s a pretty good reason not to attend a religious university.  A Mormon student at Brigham Young wrote a letter to

September 08, 2010 Blog
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Dan Savage on How the GOP Could Woo Gay Voters

Dan is spot-on with this assessment: Of course Democrats could—or could have—prevented the GOP from making inroads with conservative gay and lesbian voters by making

September 02, 2010 Blog
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Carly Fiorina vs. Barbara Boxer on Gay Rights

TBogg described Carly Fiorina like this yesterday: Fiorina is paying for her campaign with the money from her “severance package” (she was fired, sacked, given the

September 02, 2010 Blog
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Gay Rights March Planned for Memphis

Last week, Memphis city councilwoman Janis Fullilove, at the request of the Tennessee Equality Project, pulled an inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance from consideration, because it was

August 30, 2010 Blog
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