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Gay Hater Rick Warren Chosen to Give Invocation at Inauguration

Many people in the LGBT Community have expressed their outrage over the choice of Rick Warren to give the invocation at the inauguration of President-Elect Barack Obama. Mr. Warren, being a conservative pastor at Saddleback Church, has expressed opinions against abortion rights, same-sex marriage and stem cell research. Because of his conservative viewpoint and exclusionary attitude toward non-heterosexuals, LGBT activists have shown deep outrage over his selection.

December 18, 2008 1

Stupid Things People Say About Gays: Homosexuals Preoccupied with Sex

This episode is dedicated to conservative hate monger Paul Weyrich, President and CEO of “Free Congress Foundation”, who died this morning at age 66. Mr. Weyrich was held by some as a “patriot” and “conservative institution.” However, those that were the target of his hate will forever remember him as a bigot and hate monger. His death will hopefully be the beginning of the end of an era of hate, misinformation and inhumanity against homosexuals.

December 18, 2008 0

A History of Christian Violence and Intolerance Repeated

Religion has often been used to excuse violence and intolerance throughout history. Today, even I have to argue that things are much better than they were during the Crusades, Inquisition or Holocaust as far as violence in the name of “God.” However, such violence still exists and will continue as long as religions remain exclusionary – believing that anyone who does not believe the way they believe is “damned” to some sort of eternal rot.

December 17, 2008 4

Christmas Banned by Purtian Christians

Few realize that due to Puritan influence in the 1600’s, Massachusetts banned Christmas. The rationale behind this was three fold…

December 15, 2008 0

Songs of Hope and Laughter for LGBTQ People

I spend a lot of time on this blog focusing on the horrible things people say about homosexuals and the hateful and spiteful acts against homosexuals happening throughout the nation and the world. Sometimes, I have to take a break and look for signs of hope. In so doing, I came across a few videos I would like to share.

December 12, 2008 0

Racist Homophobes “Vandalize” LGBT Web Site

Join the Impact is a community driven website centered around LGBTQ people and their supporters. The design of the site allows members to actively change aspects of pages, add content and update tags. A small contingent of users have abused this site, vandalizing it by adding tags to the discussions such as “Butt Pirates, Faggots, Ass Rape, Cum Guzzlers, Fucking Faggots, Niggers, Fudge Packers” and other derogatory terms.

December 12, 2008 1

Stupid Things People Say About Gays: Gays Call for Churches to Be Burned

A lot has been happening lately and I haven’t released a new Stupid Things People Say About Gays in a while, so without further ado, I provide this quote from Matt Barber of the ironically named “Liberty Council”.

December 11, 2008 0

A Call to Arms

I’m currently working on a story regarding gay and lesbian people in the military. If you are a gay or lesbian person currently serving in the U.S. Military under the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (“DADT”) policy, I would love to talk with you.

December 11, 2008 0

Ancestry.com Evolves with the Definition of Family

Murmurs of an ancestry.com boycott have been breezing through the LGBT blogosphere and community since late last week when an ancestry.com user, James Helms, attempted to add his same-sex partner, Devon, to his family tree using the online version of ancestry.com’s Family Tree Maker.

December 10, 2008 10

jaysays.com | The Click Ad Protest

I found a way which we, the LGBT community can hit the companies in their wallets by making them pay us, the gay bloggers, and google. Most ads are pay for impression or pay per click type ads. Therefore, I decided we as a community should actively seek out these ads online, particularly ads placed on LGBT friendly websites that are from discriminatory companies and get click happy with them. Each time an LGBT person clicks on these ads, the advertiser has to pay for that click – in same cases I get $0.36 for a click – Google takes a portion too. The click thus costs at least $0.36. Now imagine we get click happy… click click click 100, 200, 300 times amongst many many people – we could cost them a small fortune. It costs us a little time, but we take from their advertising budget and give the money to those people they are preaching against (LGBT bloggers). We can clean up their “blood money”.

December 9, 2008 0