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04/09/2015

Maggie Gallagher's telling slip-up on what constitutes participation in a wedding

GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul took a question today about those "religious freedom" laws that keep reminding America of how much some people want to discriminate against us. And while longtime champion of marriage discrimination Maggie Gallagher is pleased, she...

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FRC's marriage fasting Day 3: 'The wolf is at the door' (spoiler: we're the wolf)

The Family Research Council would be perfectly happy if all nine Supreme Court justices wrote "because God" on a slip of paper and offered it up as their unanimous ruling opposing *civil* marriage equality. Today the organization that cable news...

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Careful with your headlines, Focus on the Family

Their intention is to say that Colorado's proposed ban on so-called "conversion therapy" is a dangerous thing. But I can't be the only one who reads the headline as referring to a ban on dangerous therapy: [FoTF's CitizenLink] Yes, a...

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In good times and bad, richer or poorer, sickness and health— #LoveRules

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In SCOTUS brief, Idaho's GOP gov. claims marriage equality brings 'long-term harms to same-sex couples, their children, and society'

At several points in his brief, Idaho Governor Butch Otter (or the attorney who wrote the brief for him) references the group American College of Pediatricians as supposed "proof" that gay parents harm our children. As you may or may...

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