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One Lump of Stupid or Two? UPDATED

Indiana Governor and part-time tool bench Mike Pence signed his much-coveted We Don’t Serve Your Kind law in a private ceremony this morning:

Gov. Mike Pence signed a controversial “religious freedom” bill on Thursday morning during a private ceremony in his Statehouse office. 296 more words


Theresa May: "We must Engage with the Moderate Homosexual Community"

But wait a minute: for Tories, isn’t “gay” and “moderate” a contradiction in terms?

Or is that what they say about Muslims, I can’t remember. 7 more words

Russian Forum Sparks Student Discussion

By Amina Bhatti

“Back in the Iron Closet,” an event held by Lincoln Center’s Russian Forum on March 24 at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, aimed to raise awareness about the rise of homophobia in Russia. 636 more words


News That Will Drive You To Drink

Tenth-er News Today

Ancient hate goblin pessary Phyllis Schlafly, who crows loudly that she is a constitutional attorney, says that governors should refuse to enforce a Supreme Court Ruling if they rule in favor of letting the ‘mos getting married.

Marriage Equality

IFYOUBLINKED Woman Crush | 'Scandal's' Kerry Washington Tackles Homophobia in Black Community

Just when you think Gaga has the LGBTQ community cornered, Olivia Pope..ahem Kerry Washington threw her white hat into the mix. Accepting the GLAAD Media Vanguard Award earlier this week, she took the opportunity to get some “stuff” off her chest in regards to gays, lesbians, trans… a whole crop of “others” consistently blackballed in media. 460 more words

Awards And Honors

Jeremy Clarkson fails MOT

Supporters have mouths in gear with brains stuck in neutral

I wasn’t going to mention a thing about the non-story of TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson being fired from the BBC.  2,001 more words


Mad Men

Listed hate group American Family Association has placed an ad in the WaPo (fair warning! PDF! Also fair warning: the link goes to One News Now, a Xristian Xrazie news site) to speak directly to the Supremes: 132 more words