Mayor Bloomberg let four days and a rally by thousands of New Yorkers to mourn and protest the hate crime murder of a gay man pass before showing up to say something. Until yesterday, Bloomberg had not made one public comment this year about the anti-lGBT hate crime wave in his city.
Brian Brown, president of NOM, the National Organization For Marriage, today issued a statement condemning the anti-gay hate crime murder of Mark Carson, a gay man shot to death Friday in New York City.
Ten members of the LGBT community who have “demonstrated a strong commitment to both equality and public service” will be recognized by the White House tomorrow. On such a rare occasion, let’s make sure we lend our applause, and don’t allow the honor to pass unnoticed.
Obenshain, as a state senator, introduced a bill that would require all women (or their medical doctors, if present at the time) to immediately report to the police all miscarriages, or face up to one year in jail.
Some conservatives are blaming issues like “diversity,” and “immigration,” claiming they supposedly “lead to” the death of Mark Carson, the 32-year old gay man shot to death early Saturday morning in NYC’s Greenwich Village.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ cousin, San Francisco activist Jean Podrasky and her partner Grace Fasano talk with The New Civil Rights Movement’s Joanne Kalogeras.
Today marks the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) when momentum to advance marriage equality in the United States is rapidly moving forward, while US evangelicals have shifted their focus to exporting hatred toward LGBTQ people internationally.