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Oh, But I Thought The Tea Party Wasn’t Anti-Gay!

Indeed, Teabaggers and their defenders keep claiming that their movement has nothing to do with social issues, gays are welcome in the teabagging tent, etc.

January 18, 2011 Blog
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Saskatchewan Court: Commissioners Can’t Refuse to Perform Same-Sex Marriages for Religious Reasons

Every so often, a decision is made in another country with marriage equality, which the Religious Right in the United States then adds to its

January 11, 2011 Blog
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Dumpage of the Linkage

Here, without further ado, are the other tabs open in my browser: 1. A new study, done by a panel of twenty-six researchers, has come

January 10, 2011 Blog
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Passport Applications Becoming Gender Neutral, Religious Right Freaking Out

In the Good Old Days, when a person would apply for a passport, it would list their ‘Mother’ and their ‘Father’ so there would be

January 10, 2011 Blog
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Unexplained Fossil ‘Phyllis Schlafly’ Still Sharing Opinions on Gays

Phyllis Schlafly, the woman who has spent her life campaigning against the existence of healthy, happy women, said some Christmassy words about gays the other

December 28, 2010 Blog
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If Society Is Becoming More Accepting, Why Is Bullying Still Such A Problem?

Stuart Biegel, a professor at UCLA, and the author of the new book The Right To Be Out, gives a reasonable answer in an interview

December 13, 2010 Blog
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A Treasury of Wingnut Reactions to AFA & FRC Being Listed as Hate Groups

There’s no good place to start, and I’m coming back after a long weekend which involved my laptop, a mug of coffee being spilled on

November 29, 2010 Blog
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FRC’s Peter Sprigg is Upset About Potty Language from Gays!

Oh, so Victorian… Tony Campolo once told a story to his audience that illustrated the point I’m about to make, and it was directed at

November 10, 2010 Blog
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Most Troops Okay With Gay Troops

This is really not surprising, but it takes yet another chink out of the armor of the Religious Right hatemongers fighting against DADT.  They always

October 29, 2010 Blog
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A Slightly Happier Story, Oh, But It’s Still About a Kid Getting Bullied

Eleven year-old Tyler Wilson joined his school’s cheer team.  So bullies with little to no breeding broke his arm. But he’s pushing through it, and

September 29, 2010 Blog
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