Monthly Archives: February 2012

An Inconvienient Truth: Arizona’s Vote AGAINST a Gay Marriage Ban

Those who are against same sex marriage like to point out that either all states or 31 states have voted to uphold marriage as the union of a man and a woman. A few of the more cantankerous anti-gay activits … Continue reading

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Should All Heterosexuals be ‘Privleged’ to Marry?

Joe Jervis of Joe.My.God. and Think Progress have both reported on Rick Santorum’s comment to a gay man that he doesn’t deserve to married because marriage is not a right it’s a privalege and we extend that “We extend certain privileges … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: Howard Stern Defends Ellen DeGeneres

In my continuing effort to show why it gets better, comes this clip that I first heard on Joe.My.God. and am posting here. Howard Stern defends Ellen, Rosie O’Donnell and LGBT people in general in this ten-minute clip from his … Continue reading

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Anoka-Hennepin Responds to Rolling Stone Article with Indignant Neutrality

Shocked to see its dirty laundry publicized in an article on the LGBT neutrality policy and its detrimental effects on students an article in Rolling Stone, the Anoka-Hennepin school district reponds with the usual claptrap about being an enviornment that doesn’t … Continue reading

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Today in Irony from Anoka-Hennepin

For those who may be unfamilair the Anoka-Hennepin school district in Minnesota has been under scrutiny lately due to it’s “neutrality” policy on GLBT issues and the rash of suicides by their youth. The push back on any tolerance of … Continue reading

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To Live and Die in Anoka-Hennepin

As first seen on the blog, Rolling Stone has an article taking a closer look into the life of the Anoka-Hennepin school district, it’s neutrality policy on LGBT issues and the effect that it has had on teens. Below … Continue reading

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Prop 8 Supporters Too Scared to Testify, Too Bold to Whine After the Fact

I am reposting this from the blog Pam’s House Blend. This opinion from Alvin McEween is the best that I have seen thus far regarding yesterday’s decision on Prop 8: Meanwhile, others such as the Family Research Council, Concerned Women for … Continue reading

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Follow Up from the Feb 7 Rally to Repeal New Hampshire’s Gay Marriage Law

As reported on, about 200 people showed up in Concord New Hampshire to rally for House Bill 437, which would repeal the Granite States same-sex marriage law and replace with a civil unions, a title as show below that … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: My Haters are My Motivators

As first seen on Joe Jervis’s Joe.My.God blog, the below clip is from Ellen DeGeneres’s addresing the OneMillionMoms controversy about her as a spokesperson for JC Penny. At about 1:16 in Ellen says “My Haters are My Motivators.” What a … Continue reading

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Bill O’Reilly Mops the Floor with Sandy Rois on Ellen/JC Penny Spokesperson Debate

A must watch. From Bill O’Reilly debates with Sandy Rois of Family-Pac Federal on the decision of JC Penny to choose Ellen as a spokesperson and the OneMillionMoms call for Ellen to be fired. Ellen’s most scandelous offense, she married the woman … Continue reading

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