Tag Archives: LGBT Rights

A Violation of the First Rule of Holes and a Non-Apology Apology

Most of the transcript is available here) Department of Still Not Getting It (via Legal Insurrection): Adam Smith video – “Apologies and Clarifications” I’m not sure this helps. After this, an apology without a lecture would have been better. Dear … Continue reading

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You can’t get milk by beating the cow

Cops Called at Kiss-In Event Drama at the Chick-fil-A same sex “Kiss-In” event in Hollywood … TMZ has learned the chicken joint called police today claiming the MEDIA was harassing its employees. Law enforcement sources tell us … the Chick-fil-A … Continue reading

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Obligatory Chick-fil-A post

Now Chicago Alderman seeks to ban Chick-fil-A First it was the Mayor of Boston who announced his intention to block business permits for Chick-fil-A not because there is any evidence that it discriminates in employment or services, but because its … Continue reading

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NAACP Passes Resolution in Support of Marriage Equality

NAACP press release: The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People today released a resolution supporting marriage equality. At a meeting of the 103-year old civil rights group’s board of directors, the organization voted to support marriage equality as … Continue reading

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No H8

U.S. appeals court rules Prop. 8 unconstitutional A federal appeals court declared California’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional today, saying a state can’t revoke gay rights solely because a majority of its voters disapprove of homosexuality. In a 2-1 ruling, … Continue reading

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Waiting for Gaydot

Call me cynical. While most of my queer friends are up and celebrating the new hospital visitation rules that went into effect last week, I have a slightly different perspective. Of course, I’m not exactly mourning the fact that this … Continue reading

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