Oklahoma politician says cities should be able to decide whether or not to kill gay people.

Last post for the day, gang.  Michaelyn heading back home has put me in a crappy mood that only video games can solve. Scott Esk is running for Congress in Oklahoma and believes that cities should be able to decide on an individual basis if they want to stone people to death for being gay. [Read More...]

Watch Mat Staver squirm while testifying in defense of turn-away-the-gays legislation.

Mat Staver of the Liberty Counsel found himself before Congress today trying to convince members of the House that discrimination is ok if you do it for religious reasons. Testifying before a House committee today about supposed threats to religious freedom in the U.S., Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver struggled to defend his support for allowing [Read More...]

New Jersey gay conversion practitioners may be liable for damaging their patients.

Kudos to Zack Ford for staying on top of this situation. There is a group called JONAH which claims it can turn gay men straight.  I’ve met other people in my time who made this claim, but they were women saying they could turn gay men straight via boobs, and I don’t think they were [Read More...]

Worst translators ever.

The other day I made a facebook status which read: I dislike hearing religious people arguing over gay rights by debating what god really said about gay people, as if we should deny gay people rights if the bible really said we should. No, if the bible really says gay people are worthy of death [Read More...]

Texas GOP endorses gay conversion therapy.

Go on, Texas GOP.  Give Democrats running in national elections all kinds of ammunition. According to a draft of the new platform obtained by the San Antonio Express-News/Houston Chronicle, that language is gone. It still, however, contains a section criticizing homosexuality: Homosexuality must not be presented as an acceptable alternative lifestyle, in public policy, nor should family be redefined [Read More...]

BREAKING: Gay marriage comes to Wisconsin.

About an hour ago wee evil commie liberals put the sin in Wisconsin: A federal judge struck down Wisconsin’s ban on same-sex marriage on Friday, ruling it unconstitutional. It wasn’t clear whether U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb’s 88-page ruling cleared the way for same-sex marriages to begin immediately. But the ruling makes Wisconsin the 27th state [Read More...]

Now all states with same-sex marriage bans are having those bans challenged.

North Dakota was the last…emphasis on “was”: Seven couples filed a federal lawsuit Friday challenging the constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in North Dakota, making it the last state in the country to be sued by couples seeking the right to marry in their home state. I used to think it would take a decade [Read More...]

High school principal comes out at his school’s pride assembly. Tony Perkins throws tantrum.

A high school principal and former college football player made waves recently when he came out at his school’s pride assembly. Cahall is the school’s principal, and has spoken in front of these very same students countless times before. But he had never given a speech like this before. In fact, he had never spoken [Read More...]

General Mills gets on board with Pride Month.

General Mills is announcing their awareness of how real family values operate: And with President Obama’s recent declaration to officially sanction June as “Pride month” in the United States, more companies than ever before are expected to jump on the big gay bandwagon this year. One of the first to the party is cereal powerhouse [Read More...]

Guess how many times the Florida AG defending the gay marriage ban on the grounds of familial stability has been divorced.

Florida is yet another state where a lawsuit is on the table challenging the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.  Not surprisingly, Florida’s Republican Attorney General Pam Bondi supports the ban.  She does so on the grounds that letting gay people marry would somehow harm the stability of straight marriages: Arguing against a lawsuit that says [Read More...]