Monthly Archives: April 2009

The sun is rising, and I see the future

Awesome video smackdown to the ludicrous NOM below. (Come on, pretend you’re “a California doctor” and say it with me: “a storm is gathering…the clouds are dark, and the winds are strong…and I am AFRAID..” You know you want to.) … Continue reading

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Maggie meltdown

“Political movements can–sometimes at great human cost and with great output of energy–sustain a lie but eventually political regimes founded on lies collapse in on themselves.” This would be a pretty good description of the current state of the anti-gay … Continue reading

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Shatter the Silence

Coming up this Saturday – great work by our friends in Prince William County! Loudoun County students are very much welcome and encouraged to attend, so spread the word: “Shatter the Silence 2009” First Annual Gay-Friendly Prince William County Prom … Continue reading

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Anti-gay activists having a bad day

Although some will continue to try, it’s becoming very difficult to pretend that these loving, ridiculously normal couples are part of some radical movement to dismantle civilization. In a recent column, commentator Kathleen Parker writes about the implosion of the … Continue reading

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Secular arguments against marriage equality are useless, says leading anti-gay activist

The striking thing about Iowa, aside from the unprecedented unanimity expressed simply as “Affirmed. All justices concur,” is the sense that finally, finally, a court has said what is so painfully self-evident. This ruling was inevitable. It’s as if the … Continue reading

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Unanimous in Iowa: Marriage is a civil right

The Iowa Supreme Court this morning unanimously upheld gays’ right to marry. “The Iowa statute limiting civil marriage to a union between a man and a woman violates the equal protection clause of the Iowa Constitution,” the justices said in … Continue reading

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