… the sad truth is that this decision further elevates someone who has in recent weeks actively promoted legalized discrimination and denigrated the lives and relationships of millions of Americans.
Rick Warren gets plenty of attention through his books and media appearances. He doesn’t need or deserve this position of honor. There is no shortage … Read the rest
Well, that was a brief hiatus, when I didn’t feel like crying or screaming every time I heard about the latest political news.
The inauguration hasn’t even taken place yet, and already, folks like me have been slapped in the face. At least with Clinton, it came after he was in office a few days.
So here’s my first complaint… Read the rest
He’s not called “The Most Feared Man on the Hill” for nothing.
So here’s how, by aggressively pushing back over a $2,500 donation from one franchisee of an international fast food chain, one pissed off gay man got sexual orientation and… Read the rest gender identity added to the entire company’s employment policy. Said company sent a letter to over 30,000
Look, I’m not married. I’ve never been married. I never wanted to be married — okay, maybe when I was five I played house or something, but once I was out of early childhood, I always knew I would never get married.
No, my parents weren’t divorced, married for over 60 years.
In a way, I was a feminist before… Read the rest
I’ve made this badge for the Join the Impact campaign (well, just edited and added the state name). You can get the code here… Read the rest.
If you are a supporter and have a site or blog, please add it, or to your forum sig. Whatever, if you’re in a position to do it, you know what to do!
In an earlier post about the Prop 8 backlash… Read the rest, I mentioned the fact that the CEO of Cinemark, which runs a chain of theaters, contributed thousands of dollars to the anti-gay Proposition 8 in California and a boycott was in order.
Is this kind of response over-reacting? Is it religious bigotry to fight back against those whose “faith” led