Man, this is some funny satire. Look out for that homosexual agenda!Full Story... →
The other day I pointed out the Catholic League’s overreaction to a poster for a gay pride festival that took it’s inspiration from da Vinci’s “Last Supper”. Lisa Renee mentioned in the comments that she found it insulting (perfectly valid for her to feel that way) and that it ‘mocked’ Christianity.
I wanted to point out that the ‘Last Supper’ is nearly iconic, and is often used as a source of inspiration for more ‘base’ sentiments. Dan Savage has an extensive collection of ‘Last Supper’ themed images, most or all with nary a peep from the […]Full Story... →
No comment needed except… 1) Wow! and 2) It will be interesting to see how this story will play out alongside the presidential primary election cycle. Surely there will be a hailstorm of commentary on that over the next few days.
DES MOINES, Iowa – A Polk County judge on Thursday struck down Iowa’s law banning gay marriage and ordered the county recorder to permit gay and lesbian couples to marry.
Less than two hours after word of the ruling was publicized, two Des Moines men applied at the Polk County recorder’s office for a marriage license, and for the first time the application was accepted. The process of granting a license to marry in Iowa takes three days.Full Story... →
Historical evidence, including legal documents and gravesites, can be interpreted as supporting the prevalence of homosexual relationships hundreds of years ago, said Allan Tulchin of Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania.
If accurate, the results indicate socially sanctioned same-sex unions are nothing new, nor were they taboo in the past.
?Western family structures have been much more varied than many people today seem to realize,” Tulchin writes in the September issue of the Journal of Modern History. “And Western legal systems have in the past made provisions for a variety of household structures.?Full Story... →
From yesterday’s Cinci Enquirer blog:
Two women convicted of falsifying election petitions to meet quotas for bonuses were put on probation and ordered to do 200 hours of community service, but a judge said they were minor players in a much larger ?mean-spirited campaign.?
Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Robert Ruehlman reiterated Monday what he said last month when Lois Mingo and Precilla Ward pleaded guilty to charges of election falsification: that State Rep. Tom Brinkman, who headed up the petition drive for the unsuccessful effort last year to repeal the city?s gay rights ordinance, should be charged.
?To […]Full Story... →
I’m not exactly sure what Matt Naugle’s problem is, but he seems unable to resist implying that Ted Strickland is gay, and prefers younger men. Let’s not forget the innuendos about Strickland’s vacation with a staffer, and that his wife may not even live with him. Of course, all of these “allegations” are implied rather than said directly, and all done without any shred of evidence. Not that it matters in the final analysis – I couldn’t care less if we had a gay governor.
One might think that Naugle does this to attempt to discredit Strickland with the […]Full Story... →
They have ALL the best wingnut writers like Ken Blackwell and, of course, Rush Limbaugh’s brother David.
With such a wonderful pool of ‘talent’, you’d expect to find writing on a wide range of conservative topics. But, for some reason, the topic du jour is still ‘the gays want to take away YOUR rights’
This is from David Limbaugh’s latest article Another Lesson In Selective Tolerance:
People who don’t think the radical homosexual lobby is trying to force its views on society probably aren’t paying close attention. Increasingly, in various parts of this nation, […]Full Story... →
You might consider this lazy blogging, but I don’t care. I saw a deleted scene from the movie Knocked Up this morning, and it’s hilarious. Foul, graphic, and potentially disturbing, but hilarious none-the-less.
Oh yeah, it highlights the double-standards between male and female sexuality in popular media.
After the jump, due to it’s vulgarity.Full Story... →
That’s the headline the kooks over at CovenantNews.com ran for the story about the violence at a Gay Pride parade in central Moscow the other day.
The Gulf Times provides a less-homophobic view:
Russian police detain gays as punches and eggs fly
MOSCOW: Russian nationalists shouting ?death to homosexuals? punched and kicked demonstrators calling for the right to hold a Gay Pride parade in central Moscow yesterday while riot police detained dozens of gay protesters.
Two European parliamentarians were among those held as they tried to present a petition asking Moscow mayor […]Full Story... →
Andrew Sullivan reveals the rant of a reader – or at least someone motivated enough to email Sullivan – about S/Sgt Alva’s desire for homosexual soldiers to no longer have to remain in the closet (video). And remember, this attitude isn’t homophobia, according to anti-gay-right’s people.
What Staff Sgt. Eric Alva is saying that even if one’s lifestyle is degraded and perverted ? against civilized and G-dly conduct, as long as one of its practitioners suffers they can do what they want. It’s pure arrogance on his part. Why doesn’t he just keep his big mouth shut? He […]Full Story... →
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