Download a copy of the offending magazine for yourself HERE. What goes into the pigeon holes of MPs matters to them and security personnel. And when the pigeon holes were stealthily stashed with … [Read more...] about 40 Ugandan Legislators Punked, Receive Gay Magazine, Freak Out. 15 Copies Still At Large.
If you need proof that social issues will play a role in the 2012 national and state elections, look no further than the Republican Senate debates in Florida yesterday. All of the candidates, former … [Read more...] about Florida GOP Senate Candidates Vow Gay Marriage Opposition
A former police officer testifed on behalf of Brandon McInerney's defense yesterday to argue that the 17-year old was not motivated by hate or white supremacism when he shot and killed gay … [Read more...] about Lawrence King Murder Not A Hate Crime, Says Defense Witness
Israel's military service has allowed gays and lesbians to serve openly since 1993. That doesn't mean, however, that the nation's defense force is necessarily gay friendly: Forty percent … [Read more...] about Homophobia In Israel Defense Forces…
You can bet your bottom dollar that GLAAD is all over this, and this after released a statement not only condemning Carolla's remarks, but reminding readers that the "comedian" has a … [Read more...] about GLAAD Condemns Adam Carolla’s Anti-Gay, Anti-Trans Rant
Emory University is starting a new LGBT social networking site for the Atlanta-based school's students, alumnae and professors. Adam Levine discusses having gay brother, among other things, with … [Read more...] about News: Emory, Lifelong Love, Ed Koch, Motorola
Like almost all of the Republican presidential candidates, and some potential candidates, Fred Karger spent his weekend in Iowa. In addition to capturing footage of Marcus Bachmann denying his "gay … [Read more...] about Sarah Palin Autographs Gay Candidate Fred Karger’s Frisbee
As we learned during George W. Bush's 2000 and 2004 campaigns, the right-wing once salivated over stopping equality. John McCain, however, did not rely as much on social conservative fear-mongering in … [Read more...] about Could Anti-Gay Politics Sink A Presidential Campaign?
Most people consider 1969's Stonewall Uprising to be the start of the modern gay rights movement. And in many ways it was: never before had anti-gay oppression been countered so forcefully, or … [Read more...] about Remembering A Forgotten Gay Rights Moment
Gay activists and their allies gathered in Wilmington, North Carolina this weekend to protest the erection of homophobic Sea Gate Community Chapel's new sign, which reads, "God loves gays but hates a … [Read more...] about Activist Smashes Church’s Anti-Gay Sign