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TEP

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Tennessee Legislators Work To Blame Gay Teens For Their Own Suicides

The mark of a good wingnut is to never take responsibility for the harm their cohort inflicts on society. It really doesn’t matter what the

January 03, 2012 Blog
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Tennessee Teabagging Leader Appalled By Bigotry; Also Agrees With Bigotry

When Barney Frank announced his retirement, many wingnuts sensed that their opportunities to point out that Barney Frank is a gay homosexual who likes men

November 30, 2011 Blog
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Help Vanderbilt University Stand Strong Against Bigots

Vanderbilt University, one of the finest schools in the South and indeed, in the nation, has a strong anti-discrimination policy in place, which applies to

November 09, 2011 Blog
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Memphis Pastor Helps His Flock Decide Who To Support in City Council Elections

The man shown above is pastor Steve Gaines of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis. Though he is not a resident of the city of Memphis,

September 22, 2011 Blog
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Racist, Homophobic Screed Published on Tennessee City Councilman’s Blog

Frank Talk is the blog of Frank Neudecker, a city councilman in Jackson, Tennessee.  As such, one would expect that, even if not everybody agrees

March 08, 2011 Blog, News, Opinion, Press Release
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Belmont University Fires Gay Soccer Coach; Donors, Students Protest

This story has been floating around this week, and I’m sorry I haven’t mentioned it until now.  Up the road in Nashville, the private Christian

December 09, 2010 Blog
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Orange County FL Votes for Anti-Discrimination Rules; Memphis TN Still Not Ready for Grown-Up Stuff

Orlando metropolitan area: Orange County leaders joined the ranks of most other urban areas in Florida on Tuesday by voting 6-1 to expand anti-discrimination protections

November 24, 2010 Blog
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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
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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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TN Republican Congressional Candidates Condone Violence Against Gay Servicemembers

I was going to say something about this the other day, because it’s happening in my backyard, but then I forgot, due to seven tornado

May 03, 2010 Blog
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