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Oklahoma City Mayor, Pastor Team Up to Purge Libraries, Detain Gays in Ex-Gay Re-Education Camps

Oklahoma Baptist Pastor Steve Kern, husband of notorious Oklahoma state Rep. Sally Kern, reportedly believes gay Americans should be incarcerated and forcibly “cured.” “We have

December 08, 2008 Blog
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Focus on the Family Suppresses Existence of Georgia Gay Parents, Spouses

Focus on the Family misportrays Georgia Supreme Court chief justice as antigay and supportive of Focus' antifamily values

December 05, 2008 Blog
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Focus’ Family Values

In mid-November, the Colorado Springs-based media empire and political organization laid off 202 of its employees — about 20 percent of its workforce. The group’s

December 04, 2008 Blog
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Princeton Students Campaign to Preserve Traditional Majority Rights

Press Release from: Contact: Christopher Simpson CAMPAIGN TO REMOVE FRESHMEN FROM SIDEWALKS IN SECOND SUCCESSFUL WEEK Princeton,

November 24, 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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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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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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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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Angry over Antigay Ballot Initiatives? Do Something Positive

While most protesters have been peaceful, some protests against the passage of antigay constitutional amendments in Arizona, California, and Florida — but especially California —

November 09, 2008 Blog
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Exodus Impenitent for Antimarriage Campaign’s Unethical Conduct

As Truth Wins Out has previously noted, in recent months Exodus International leaders Alan Chambers and Yvette Cantu Schneider headlined several religious-right mass gatherings to

November 08, 2008 Blog
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