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Breitbart editor-at-large Ben Shapiro last night told CNN’s Piers Morgan that if you think Jason Collins coming out as gay is a big deal then you also think America is a homophobic country.
Tim Cook, Ellen DeGeneres, Ryan Murphy, Rachel Maddow, and Anderson Cooper lead Out Magazine’s annual Top 50 list.
NOM’s Jennifer Roback Morse claimed the Chicago Bears support their anti-gay message, only to have the bears respond publicly by calling her claims “false.”
State senator Harold Metts late this afternoon told the Rhode Island Judiciary Committee that “a cosmic battle between God and Satan” is why he opposes gay marriage.
Cliff Kincaid is urging CPAC to hold a panel to investigate the “dangers of the homosexual movement and why some of its members seem prone to violence, terror, and treason.”
LGBT civil rights activist and author Dan Savage has a(nother) brilliant idea: putting an assault weapons ban on the ballot in his home state of Washington.
Diana Medley, the infamous Indiana school teacher who told a local news reporter she believes gay people serve no purpose in life, has been suspended.
Amazon’s new ad for their Kindle Paperwhite e-book reader is surely about to spark a(nother) One Million Moms and National Organization For Marriage boycott.
The Superintendent of Schools who oversees the Indiana teacher who told a local news station that gays have no purpose in life is supporting the teacher’s exercise of her “First Amendment rights.”
Nate Walden, who says he’s an Indiana teacher, has a message for Diana Medley, the Indiana special needs teacher who told a local news station that gay people have no purpose in life.
Dan Savage says Diana Medley, the Indiana high school special needs teacher who said gays have no purpose in life, “should be fired.”
A teacher of special needs children in Indiana is speaking out with other Christian parents and students by demanding LGBT kids be banned from a Sullivan High School prom.
GLAAD President Herndon Graddick had a post-Super Bowl consolation message to the San Francisco 49ers, after they spent the week leading up to last night’s game being grossly homophobic.
Is America ready for the big gay Super Bowl? For over a week the Super Bowl has never drawn more attention for its relationship with LGBT rights. Are we ready?
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