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Newspaper Editor Fired for Bashing Pro-Gay View of the Bible

A former Iowa newspaper editor is accusing the “Gaystapo” of rewriting the Bible to make it appear that God’s Word did not condemn homosexual acts until 1946. 188 more words

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Gay Marriage: One Step Closer to the Supreme Court? Here’s Why Virginia Matters

By: Ariane de Vogue

Though the Supreme Court issued a major opinion concerning gay rights in 2013, it has so far sidestepped the issue of whether states can ban gay marriages. 496 more words


Obama Urged to Address LGBT Rights in Africa

Updated at 4:38 p.m. ET Tuesday

The White House will host more than 40 African heads of state for a three-day U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit next week, the first event of its kind and the largest such event any U.S. 719 more words

Virginia joins the 21st Century (Again)

Nice to see my old home state of Virginia discovering that marriage should not be a privilege for heterosexuals.  100% of all the cases that have come before the courts have decided similarly, and it’s really taking the wind out of those who want to discriminate.   277 more words

Gay Rights

Attorney Generals are starting to understand: Marriage Discrimination is indefensible

It may not even be that some of these attorney generals are pro same-sex marriage.  It’s simply a losing battle.  There is no valid argument for discriminating against love between two people.

News & Politics

That gay boy...

My home Island, Guernsey is a little Island off the coast of France.  Beautiful, affluent and tiny – everyone knows everyone’s business.  The Island has only recently become exposed to concepts such as gay rights and multiracial families, so people tend to notice if you’re a little different.   663 more words

An Open Letter To William Shatner And George Takei: Please Stop

Dear Mr. Shatner and Mr. Takei,

I’ve never had the privilege of meeting you gentlemen either in professional situations in the entertainment industry or at the many of Star Trek conventions you’ve headlined. 1,835 more words