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Memphis

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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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Late Friday Random Ten [Oceans Edition]

Time for the weekly wrap-up and then some music, so let’s go. Ken Mehlman is gay gay gay gay GAY gay super-duper gay.  Ann Coulter

August 27, 2010 Blog
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What It Feels Like to Live in a Society That Discriminates

I wrote the other day about the goings on in the Memphis City Council, which was considering an inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance for city employees. Unfortunately,

August 26, 2010 Blog
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Memphis LGBT Leaders Pull Non-Discrimination Ordinance Due to Lack of City Council Support, Maturity

The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) and Memphis city councilwoman Janis Fullilove have just pulled a proposed, inclusive non-discrimination ordinance, scheduled for a second reading today,

August 24, 2010 Blog
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In Memphis, Greatest Opposition to Non-Discrimination Ordinance From Pedophile-Protecting Pastor

Memphis’s city council is currently holding hearings on an inclusive non-discrimination ordinance which has strong support from the community.  The first hearing went a bit

July 22, 2010 Blog
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Notes from the Mid-South (UPDATED)

Sometimes I completely misjudge whether a local story is going to become nationally relevant. A couple of things have happened in my backyard this week,

June 17, 2010 Blog
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“Pro-Family” vs. Actually Pro-Family

Tony Perkins spoke tonight in Memphis at an event at Bellevue Baptist Church.  I jokingly live-blogged it from the future using my truly heinous psychic

March 30, 2010 Blog
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Stand for ALL Families, Memphis

This evening Tony Perkins and Bishop Harry Jackson will be descending upon Memphis’s largest church, Bellevue Baptist, for a “Stand for the Family” rally. In

March 29, 2010 Blog
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The Prom Will Go On in Fulton, Mississippi (Just Without Constance McMillen)

In many areas in the country, the strength of the opposition to LGBT people and rights is directly correlated to the number of Early Bird

March 20, 2010 Blog
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