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04/14/2008

Video: Homosexuality -- what say Bill?

by Jeremy Hooper

The folks over at Media Matters have ratcheted up their campaign against the way Bill O'Reilly likes to act as if he's so bothered by people talking always about "gay stuff," even though it's the "no spinner" himself who propagates the sort of heterosexist, gay-stigmatizing ideas that keep a discussion of LGBT issues such a necessary topic within American society. Check out this video package:

Trust us, O'Reilly -- nobody wants to stop the gay rights discussion more than our side. Which is exactly why we can't afford to shut up.

*Media Matters' O'Reilly campaign: O'Reilly's Homophobia [Media Matters]
O'Reilly's Homophobia YouTube

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i think its funny he shows a video of Rosie's cruise, I would have expected folsom for Mr. Bill O.

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Posted by: queerunity | Apr 14, 2008 1:50:26 PM

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