Marriage Equality Archive
America’s culture warriors are not happy with Rick Warren lying about his support of Prop 8, his homophobic remarks and general bigotry against gay people. Bryan Fischer of Idaho Value Alliance had this to say: The minimum the Christian church should expect from its spiritual leaders is clear and unapologetic adherence to this biblical standard,
Vermont has officially become the fourth state to grant equal rights to gay people . The Legislature voted Tuesday to override Gov. Jim Douglas’ veto of a bill allowing gays and lesbians to marry. The vote was 23-5 to override in the state Senate and 100-49 to override in the House. Under Vermont law, two-thirds
Rick Warren must still be smarting from the outrage Obama provoked when he chose the despicable jackass to speak at his inauguration as he is still lying about his support for prop 8. Warren on CNN last night: WARREN: Larry, there was a story within a story that never got told. In the first place,
The Mormon Church has decided that a bill in Illinois that will be considered tomorrow morning has to be defeated. Why? Because if it is voted out of committee and passes Illinois will join the ranks of the very few states that try to recognize the rights of their gay, lesbian and transgendered citizens. And
Now that it’s facing an investigation into it’s behaviour prior to the passage of Prop 8, it looks like the Mormon church has decided to fess up: The Mormon church has revealed in a campaign filing that the church spent nearly $190,000 to help pass Proposition 8, the November ballot measure that banned gay marriage
Newsweek recently ran an article about the religious case for marriage equality. The professional Christian set is, shall we say, not happy? Leading social conservatives blasted Newsweek for its current cover story, “The Religious Case for Gay Marriage,” which they said misinterprets both biblical scripture and their own political movement. “It doesn’t surprise me. Newsweek
Category: Religious Right
Just thought I’d share this discussion about members of the gay community adopting the slogan “Gay is the new Black”. Personally, I think the slogan goes a bit too far and “disappears” black members of the LBGT community.
Not long after the passage of Prop 8 I wrote this post about boycotting pro Prop 8 businesses. Since then I’ve been accused of being anti-Mormon and told that my support for such boycotts is, in effect, a hate crime. Bullshit. Mormon owned businesses that supported Prop 8 are not being boycotted because they believe
See more Jack Black videos at Funny or Die As someone who’s several years into a second marriage, I utterly loved that divorce was brought up sans the personal attack on those of us who found the escape hatch and have no regrets about it.
While I do not like Keith Olbermann, his recent special comment on the passage of prop 8 in California is excellent, to the point and, dare I say it, a throwback to before the primaries when Olbermann actually seemed to give a damn about something beyond his own reflection.