Tag Archives: Logic 101

Tempest in a teabag

I think we’ve been here before. Angry anti-gay nutbag: This is very controversial! Me: Actually, it’s not. In fact, 87% of Virginians support this policy. AAN: Yes it is! It’s extremely controversial! Me: No it’s not. AAN: Yes it is! … Continue reading

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The pathos of PFOX

An excellent exposé of PFOX in the Washington City Paper, The Ex-Gay Movement that Wasn’t: Meet the city’s tiniest demographic, fleshes out their strategy – and introduces me to an amusing new word: “Everstraight.” In case you don’t know, that … Continue reading

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Riddle me this

See if you can make sense of the rationale offered by Vermont Governor Jim Douglas for his pre-announced plan to veto the Freedom to Marry bill (because I’ve tried, and I can’t). Here is what Douglas told the media: “The … Continue reading

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On words, redefinition of

From today’s Washington Post, regarding the marriage equality bill before the Maryland General Assembly: The government gives special treatment to civil marriage because it shifts the burden of care from the government to the individual and the family. By giving … Continue reading

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AFA sees the light!

We have wonderful news: The American Family Association now opposes discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. In an astonishing change of heart, the formerly pro-discrimination advocacy group has expressed outrage over the treatment of a college basketball player. “Brooke … Continue reading

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