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The 2011 five most embarrassing moments of the anti-gay right caught on video

Friday, December 30, 2011
As 2011 comes to a close, it is time yet again count down those special moments in which the religious right and other assorted members of the anti-gay industry made complete asses of themselves on video... [ Read more → ]
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Anti-gay hate group’s publication deliberately distorts AP news article

Thursday, December 29, 2011
The American Family Association’s One News Now is known for being a fraudulent news sources by often creating a story around the erroneous comments of anti-gay leaders or telling only one side of an incident (making sure to make the gay community look at fault). [ Read more → ]
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Cardinal Francis George’s Parade of Lies

Thursday, December 29, 2011
The Roman Catholic Church’s toxic obsession with homosexuality manifests itself in countless ways. The most recent anti-gay outburst came from the Chicago Archbishop, Cardinal Francis George, who foolishly compared the LGBT community to the Ku Klux Klan. [ Read more → ]
Janet Mefferd and Peter LaBarbera

Peter LaBarbera dubs Navy first kiss ‘indecent’ and a ‘sad day’ for the military

Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Peter LaBarbera of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality joined Janet Mefferd on Tuesday for an hour of attacking LGBT rights and urgently praying for gays and lesbians to be freed from Satan’s captivity. [ Read more → ]
Amy Koch

Minnesota gay community ‘apologizes’ to GOP adulteress for ruining her marriage

Thursday, December 22, 2011
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- As far right-wing and so-called Christian "family values" groups continue to insist that same-sex marriage is a force that is destroying the sanctity of marriage, one Minnesota resident “apologized” on behalf of the state's LGBTQ community for causing anti-gay GOP state senator Amy Koch to have an extramarital affair. [ Read more → ]
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Fischer: ‘Every homosexual represents a heightened security risk’

Monday, December 19, 2011
American Family Association spokesman Bryan Fischer said on Focal Point Monday that gays and lesbians could endanger the military and represent a risk to the country’s security because of mental health problems in the gay community. [ Read more → ]
Jennifer Keeton

Appeals court rejects anti-gay graduate student’s bid for reversal of her expulsion

Monday, December 19, 2011
ATLANTA -- The U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a decision by a U.S. district judge who ruled Augusta State University may expel a graduate student who refused to comply with graduate degree program requirements citing her Christian beliefs that homosexuality is immoral. [ Read more → ]
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Crouse trots out same old stats to show how gays threaten marriage

Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Last week, Concerned Women for America posted a video featuring Janice Crouse, a Senior Fellow of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, discussing the three biggest threats to the institution of marriage. Among them -- promiscuity, co-habitation, and, of course, homosexuality. [ Read more → ]
Rick Perry

Rick Perry heckled in Iowa for demonizing gays in recent campaign ad

Sunday, December 11, 2011
AMES, Iowa -- Texas Governor and GOP presidential hopeful Rick Perry was met by hecklers during a campaign stop in Ames, Iowa on Sunday, continuing to catch heat for an anti-gay campaign ad released last week in which he said that gays serving openly in the military is a sign of what's wrong with America. [ Read more → ]
Chuck Colson

Chuck Colson warns of domination by the ‘sexually deviant’ gay community

Sunday, December 11, 2011
During a conference call with Champion the Vote, the ostensibly non-partisan group that is working to increase the turnout among voters with a “biblical worldview,” Chuck Colson argued that Christians in America are a “sleeping giant” that has been beset by the domineering gay community. [ Read more → ]
NOM President Brian Brown

NOM: Seriously, Gay parents molest their own children

Friday, December 9, 2011
On Thursday, the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) Ruth Institute was endorsing a book that claimed, among other things, that gay parents are more likely to molest their own children than heterosexual parents. Now, NOM appears to be doubling down on that claim – and this time on its main blog. [ Read more → ]
Rick Perry

Rick Perry upset over new U.S. policy of promoting universal human rights

Wednesday, December 7, 2011
GOP presidential hopeful Rick Perry is not good with the United States standing up for universal human rights. To Rick Perry, using U.S. foreign aid to prevent persecution and even execution of LGBT people amounts to “promoting special rights for gays.” [ Read more → ]
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Fake Christians continue to show their true colors by persecuting gays

Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Neither Rick Perry nor Rick Santorum will ever get to the White House. In fact, their behavior on the campaign trail makes one wonder just how did they attain their original elected offices in the first place. They are both like a bad dancer who has tripped his way through a recital and now thinks of himself as a Baryshnikov. [ Read more → ]
Mugabe-th

Homophobia: A Mark of Loser Nations

Sunday, December 4, 2011
As a general rule, places that are leaders in passing anti-gay laws are losers in virtually every other category that defines successful, civilized societies. [ Read more → ]
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David Barton: Nature proves abortion and homosexuality are wrong

Saturday, December 3, 2011
According to David Barton of "Wallbuilders," he does not need to use the Bible to prove that things like abortion and homosexuality are wrong because all one has to do is look at the natural world to see that such practices are not normal and only occur as aberrations. [ Read more → ]
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Fischer wonders how many men died of AIDS because of Barney Frank

Wednesday, November 30, 2011
On Monday, Massachusetts congressman Barney Frank announced that he will not seek reelection next year, and American Family Association spokesman Bryan Fischer wondered "how many people were drawn or encouraged in some way by Barney Frank’s example to dabble in a lifestyle that eventually cost them their health and maybe even cost them their lives.” [ Read more → ]
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Anti-gay grad student files appeal to stop university from expelling her

Wednesday, November 30, 2011
ATLANTA -- A Georgia graduate student who has sued Augusta State University in a battle over graduate program requirements and her stated anti-gay "Christian beliefs," has petitioned the U. S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to prevent the university from expelling her. [ Read more → ]
Bryan Fischer

Fischer: ‘Flamboyant homosexual’ Lawrence King’s murderer is the real victim

Wednesday, November 23, 2011
We can now add Bryan Fischer to the list of anti-gay activists who have blamed 15-year-old openly gay eighth grader Lawrence King for his own murder, this time on the grounds that his killer was a victim of King’s relentless sexual harassment... [ Read more → ]
Peter Sprigg

Family Research Council whines that no one wants to debate ‘homosexual’ issues

Wednesday, November 23, 2011
In dealing with the fact that it is an officially declared hate group, the Family Research Council pulls the shuck-and-jive argument that it is being attacked by people who don’t want to debate gay issues. [ Read more → ]
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NOM-promoted column: Gay activists worse than terrorists, should fear being ‘spat’ on

Tuesday, November 22, 2011
On November 17, the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) Ruth Institute posted a blog entry titled “Who are the Most Loathsome People in the World?” The entry was written by NOM blogger Ari Mendelson and followed the same pattern of his previous posts ... [ Read more → ]
Rick Perry

Rick Perry, looking to score votes from GOP bigots, signs anti-gay pledge

Monday, November 21, 2011
DES MOINES -- Texas Governor Rick Perry, looking to jump start his floundering presidential campaign, has signed the extreme anti-gay pledge that requires GOP candidates to be faithful to their spouses, appoint bigoted judges to the federal bench if elected, and “vigorously oppose” same-sex unions. [ Read more → ]
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Bachmann’s Iowa campaign chair says same-sex marriage will lead to object marriage

Monday, November 21, 2011
A candidate with a long and ferocious anti-gay record as Michele Bachmann needs a campaign chairman with a similar history of activism against gay rights. ...one who says voters should oppose gay marriage because it would open the door for polyamory and legalizing marriages between people and inanimate objects. [ Read more → ]
Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh: ‘Elephant in the room’ is that accused child abuser is gay

Friday, November 18, 2011
LOS ANGELES -- Jerry Sandusky -- the former Penn State assistant coach charged with 40 counts of child sexual abuse -- is "a gay guy" but the "gay lobby" won't let you say that, according to conservative political commentator Rush Limbaugh. [ Read more → ]
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Matt Barber: DOMA will keep kids from becoming gay and getting AIDS

Tuesday, November 15, 2011
According to Matt Barber: DOMA is needed to protect children on the grounds that kids who are raised in same-sex households are more likely to identify as gay, and gay men are more likely to get HIV … so, apparently DOMA is necessary in order to keep kids from getting AIDS, or something... [ Read more → ]
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Penguins, perverts — and the mockery of everything LGBTQ

Sunday, November 13, 2011
I think that the one constant in my life these days is knowing that no matter what an LGBTQ person does, in any fashion, you can be certain that a member of corporate Christianity will find a way to make it as demonic, sinful, and dehumanizing as possible. [ Read more → ]
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