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04/02/2014

North Carolina candidate for U.S. Senate to join deeply anti-gay event

Mark Harris, a North Carolina pastor who has a long history of fighting for discrimination against LGBT people in his state, is currently in a race to be the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate, hoping to face off against Democrat...

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Cloudwelder, Virion, NOM, ActRight: A flurry of names raise just as many questions

About a year ago, I stumbled on the name "Virion Strategies," which I found as a random mention on the main website of pro-discrimination special interest group the National Organization For Marriage. Since then, I've been hunting for whatever information...

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Anti-gay activist forgets his movement's steady stream of boycotts; clearly he needs a Starbucks pick-me-up

In an attempt to make pro-equality people look bad for expressing hesitancy toward the Firefox browser, since it has come out that the parent company's CEO donated to the deeply discriminatory Proposition 8 campaign, California activist Randy Thomasson lays the...

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GLAAD: Newsweek's co-owner thinks strong support for so-called "ex-gay" therapy isn't relevant to the magazine

Newsweek's co-owner thinks that strong support for so-called "ex-gay" therapy isn't relevant to the magazine [GLAAD]

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