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The opposition of the Catholic Church to gay marriage

Joaquin Tenedora-Forte

It’s a common knowledge that the Catholic Church is not fond of the idea of gay people marrying. But in a poll by Pew Research, that said that 60 percent of American Catholics are in favor of marriage equality. 296 more words

Marriage Equality

I’m a Christian who believes in marriage equality: because it’s okay to be gay.

Growing up, there were a lot of things I thought were pretty bad. Swearing, not inviting Jesus to live in your heart, running with scissors and being gay were probably among them. 2,253 more words

Your Significant Other

Daily WTF: The South Carolina Stand with God Rally

This past weekend, approximately 10,000 people gathered in Columbia at the South Carolina State House to participate in a Stand with God/Pro-Family rally… 506 more words

Daily WTF

[Flashback] I didn't shit myself today, where's my pat on the back?

Call me a narcissist, but jeez Laura-past can make me chuckle. Do the funnies, like beauty, fade with age? I know both of mine are. 605 more words

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ICCL: Marriage Equality Act a "vindication of the will of voters"

Ireland’s human rights watchdog, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has warmly welcomed the signature on Saturday  (29 August) of the Thirty-fourth Amendment of the Constitution (Marriage Equality) Act 2015 by the President of Ireland. 117 more words


2015: The Year of Marriage Equality

On 29th August – Friday last – Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland (and an adopted and much loved son of Galway) signed the Marriage Equality Act, passed by referendum on May 22nd, into law, officially making it a part of Ireland’s constitution. 1,172 more words


Gayby Baby: Out Of The Mouth of Piers Akerman who never bothered to see it.

Whatever the Daily Telegraph pays Piers Akerman to spread his unique brand of ‘commentary’, it’s not enough. So if you’re reading this Rupert Murdoch, double the man’s salary.Akerman’s column this week attacking the independent Australian documentary, Gayby Baby – and the Tele’s complementary campaign of smearing shit all over itself and then grinning like a five-year-old – has done more than any hard working publicist could ever do to promote a film that every Australian should see. 14 more words