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A Desperate Search. A Quest for Answers

The year was 1997. I had just started “dating” the second to the last guy I would ever date. I was working as an animal trainer in Gulfport, Mississippi. 941 more words


Some thoughts

I’ve been distancing myself from church. There, I’ve said it. My reasoning for it doesn’t have anything to do with the church, but my personal beliefs. 130 more words

Anti-AIDS, Pro-Gay, or Both?

One of the most sacred of sacred cows in the global fight against HIV and AIDS is the mantra that archaic laws prohibiting homosexual conduct must be repealed in order to make further progress in controlling the spread of the disease. 2,270 more words

Who is the one imposing religious belief?

At The Huffington Post, a Christian pastor has recently demanded an end to religious exemptions in anti-discrimination laws. She sees them as veiled bigotry by those who would “impose their religion on others by using the courts or legal actions.” Is this really the case? 563 more words

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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