Once again, the ignorance astounds me. I sincerely hope that either or both of this woman’s children turn out to be gay.
People unfortunately go through a lot of mental gymnastics to justify beliefs they have that aren’t exactly sound.
Unfortunately, some people’s minds will never be changed on an issue, something that 21-year-old Alabama photographer, Faith Grace, discovered the hard way after a pregnant woman who was interested in getting some maternity photos taken messaged her.
At first, everything seemed cool, but after the mom started looking at Grace’s social media accounts, she noticed something that troubled her: the young photographer was rocking an LGBT pride flag in her posts.
Apparently, the mother couldn’t bear the thought of having her pictures taken by someone with a different sexual orientation than her, so not only did she decline to do business with Grace, she sent her a text message letting her know that she specifically didn’t hire the young woman because she’s gay.
I’m sorry. The original story called it a secret plan, but if they wrote about it for millions to read, it’s secret no more.
Two notorious TV hosts have a secret plan to end equal marriage, and apparently it’s hiding inside their closet.
Twin brothers David and Jason Benham became famous among evangelicals in 2014 when their house-flipping TV reality show was cancelled over their anti-gay activism.
The pair, hosts of HGTV series Flip It Forward, were axed after TV execs were made aware that they had long records of religious anti-LGBT activism.
This story is a bit old (last month), but still worth sharing. Thanks to the man occupying the White House, every good thing done in the last 8 years or longer is undone. The man has no impulse control. Funny, though, how he can do shit like this, but We the People aren’t allowed to express our hatred/strong dislike of him. Hypocrisy is rampant in the 21st century.
Donald Trump has become the first president to address the conference of a recognised anti-LGBT hate group.
Trump addressed the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit – classed as a “hate group” – as he told the crowds their anti-LGBT views would no longer be silenced.
I live in a state which shares a border with Mississippi. After reading this, I find myself not caring that the state is often left out of the narrative of hurricane coverage. With all this hate why should we remember they exist? Maybe I should feel some measure of happiness that they didn’t entirely exclude heterosexual people in their machinations.
This week, one of the nation’s most sweeping religious exemption laws, which allows for widespread discrimination based on “sincerely held religious beliefs of moral convictions,” went into effect in Mississippi. The law permits religious organizations to discriminate against same-sex couples, transgender people, unmarried couples, and people having sex outside of marriage—including single parents and heterosexual couples—in housing and employment. HB 1523 also authorizes government officials to refuse to issue marriage licenses for same-sex couples.
This man is from my state and when I heard he got shot, I didn’t care. Still don’t care that his life was on the line. It’s just like him and all the rest of the scum representing this state to not truly appreciate the life of someone who sacrificed theirs for his. He makes me sick and very unhappy to be from the same state. That’s what all GOP assholes are like. They’d speak against a gay man or lesbian even if that person saved their lives.
Four months ago, Republican congressman Steve Scalise had his life saved by a heroic lesbian police officer.
Now, the House Majority Whip is set to speak on stage at a virulently homophobic hate group which has questioned if gay people should be executed.
I’m sorry to both of these women. I’m sorry we live in a world of hate. I’m sorry your neighbors are so ignorant and vile. I hope these two inhuman women are punished to the fullest extent of the law.
A lesbian couple has been viciously attacked in front of their home by two neighbours.
Isabel Gaviria and Maria Perilla, who live in Bogotá, Colombia, were confronted by Yackeline Hurtado and her daughter Angie Hurtado.
Colombia has taken many steps towards LGBT equality in recent times. Earlier this year,three gay men married each other to become the first legally polyamorous family in the country.
It’s unbelievable that this kinda thing can happen.
Gardiner had just returned to Vancouver and was looking for a temporary place to stay while he looked for a new apartment.
He found a listing on Craigslist for a bed in a shared space with the condition that someone staying over was an extra $10 per night. He said okay, and let the renter know his boyfriend would be staying over.
“When I used the word boyfriend, that’s when everything turned south,” Gardiner told BuzzFeed Canada.
If you’re gonna troll someone, make sure your victim can’t repay you by calling family members to inform them of what you’re doing. Clearly “David” has a lot to learn about trolling.
It’s not uncommon for politicians to receive rather unpleasant messages from people who don’t agree with their views, but this comment posted by an internet troll definitely crossed the line. However, the harassed man accidentally brought up a comeback that was brilliant: he called his grandmother to talk about the troll’s hateful comment.
Christians are beyond ridiculous sometimes. Well, most of the time.
A waitress who has a rainbow tattoo on her wrist has been left a homophobic note rather than a tip because customers assumed her sexuality.
Samantha Heaton works at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Illinois and on a recent shift, she served a couple who racked up a $60 bill.
Heaton explains that she went above and beyond for the couple, and during their time in the restaurant, neither religion or sexuality was discussed.
However, she was shocked that when she went to clear the couple’s table they had not left a tip, as is the norm in America.
With the exception of an infamous trip to see Hamilton last November and a controversy about whether it’s OK to dine with women other than his wife, we’ve heard relatively little about Vice President Mike Pence since the election. In May, CNN even ran a story with the headline, “Mike Pence’s Disappearing Act.”
Quick run down of the list. Follow the link at the end for further information.
- In January, Pence and others lobbied Trump to take hard-line positions on abortion, making good on some of his anti-choice campaign pledges.
- Pence has led the charge to advance Trump’s policy agenda.
- He’s been very vocal about supporting the use of tax dollars to fund religious schools.
- In January, Pence met with anti-abortion activists at the White House and delivered a speech at the annual March for Life.
- Pence spent much of February selling the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court as “mainstream.”
- Pence cast the tie-breaking vote to confirm Betsy DeVos as secretary of education, the first time a vice president has done so on a cabinet pick.
- In May, Pence was named the head of Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity
- Pence invited anti-abortion activists to the White House to discuss how to merge their agenda with that of the administration.
- Later that month, he would cast the tie-breaking vote to nullify an Obama-era rule allowing that Title X funds be used for family planning services.
- Pence has met with members of the financial industry and championed efforts to roll back Dodd-Frank consumer protections.
- In May, Pence addressed the Susan B. Anthony List “Campaign for Life” gala.
- Pence played a role in urging Trump to sign a “religious liberty” executive order during a National Day of Prayer ceremony.
- Pence addressed the first-ever World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians on May 11.
- At the University of Notre Dame, Pence delivered a fiery commencement address, targeting “political correctness.”
- In May, Pence started his own political action committee called the “Great America Committee.”
- In June, Pence was put in charge of U.S. space policy.
- He’s raised money for his own PAC and other political causes.
- On June 23, Pence addressed Focus on the Family, a powerful anti-LGBTQ organization, for its 40th anniversary.
- As special elections have popped up across the country, Pence has been hitting the campaign trail in support of his fellow Republicans.
- Pence has been pressuring Congress to implement anti-transgender policies in the military.