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12/02/2010

Audio: Dr. Laura condemns 'absurd discrimination' of gays. Yes, seriously.

by Jeremy Hooper

On today's radio show, the oft-controversial (to say the least), oft-gay-angering (to say the very least) host actually led with a four minute rebuke of the flawed policy:


*AUDIO SOURCE: Dr. Laura -- 12/2/10 [DrLaura.com]

The pig that just flew by our window has yet to offer his thoughts.

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*UPDATE: GLAAD's reaction:

Of course we’re glad she’s on the right side of this issue. She has a powerful platform that could definitely help change a few hearts and minds. Which is exactly why it’s dangerous when she uses that platform to use hurtful language. And it’s why she’ll only be free from our criticism when she stops defending her choices to use vile words to demean entire communities.
Dr. Laura (or: “A Stopped Clock is Right Twice a Day”) [GLAAD Blog]

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