If parenting was a regulated right, who should truly be allowed to apply?
Listen Here 005 – Left and Rights.
“The U.S. Supreme Court set for April 28 arguments on whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry.
State legislatures across the country, assuming that the right will be affirmed, are taking up bills that would make it easier for businesses and individuals to opt out of serving gay couples on religious grounds.” – New York Times… 45 more words
A law was recently passed in Illinois allowing business owners to deny service to gay (or other) clientele based on their religious beliefs. The irony of this law is that it is establishing a right that we already have as free individuals with the freedom to associate with whomever we please but does so in such a way as to assume that one of these two groups previously had more rights than the other, and this law is simply bringing equality back when there was never an imbalance to begin with, except the ones that Government created in order to “solve” it. 2,138 more words
SALT LAKE CITY — A new bill unveiled late Thursday on Utah’s Capitol Hill attempts to address government clerks who may be reluctant to perform same-sex marriages, warning that they could lose the ability to marry anyone at all. 354 more words
The term “Trans-Gender” has been thrown around a lot recently. Admittedly, I never really looked into it, nor cared to for that matter. I like my twat and have no desire to have a penis swinging between my legs. 1,263 more words
Brandan Robertson is a twenty-two year old blogosphere phenom.
His activism has scattered his posts, photos, and tweets all over social media. Last year, he started an organization called Evangelicals for Marriage Equality, and a few days ago he almost broke the Internet machine when he lost a book deal with an evangelical publisher after coming out as queer. 131 more words