Yearly Archives: 2009

A vote for hate

As expected, Loudoun’s Congressman Frank Wolf voted ‘No’ on the Matthew Shepard Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act. Wolf has consistently voted against this legislation since it was introduced in the 105th Congress. His vote is also unsurprising because … Continue reading

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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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