Monthly Archives: October 2009

Friend Of Queens Gay Bashers: Jack Price Had It Coming

You knew this was coming. A friend of the Queens gay bashers who put Jack Price in a coma is claiming that Price frequently came on to men in his neighborhood and therefore deserved his beating. The man even proudly showed local news his Leviticus tattoo. The above sickening image is via Towleroad, it’s from the clip below.

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Olson/Boies Prop 8 Overturn Case Headed For 2010 Federal Trial

Yesterday a federal judge dismissed a challenge to Ted Olson and David Boies’ case to overturn Proposition 8, meaning the case will now be heard in federal court sometime in 2010. During the hearing, the lawyer for Protect Marriage surprised the court when he said he couldn’t say how, exactly, same-sex marriage threatens opposite marriage. The unusual exchange between U.S. …

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Auto-Tune The News #9

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Virginia GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Bob McDonnell Reaffirms Anti-Gay Stance

Bob McDonnell says if elected Virginia’s governor, he would not renew his predecessor’s executive order banning discrimination against gays.

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Relatives Of Hate Crime Perp: He Doesn’t Hate Gays, Had A Gay Roommate

During his perp-walk into an NYPD precinct last night, gay basher Daniel Rodriguez denied shouting anti-gay slurs during his vicious beating of Jack Price. Rodriquez’ relatives chimed in that he was not homophobic, has gay friends and even had a gay roommate at one time. One of the thugs charged with attacking a gay Queens man must be innocent, his …

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Gay Panic: Six Month Sentence For Murder Of Washington DC Gay Man

In yet another example of how a “gay panic” defense can still work, Robert Hannah, 19, has been sentenced to a mere 180 days in jail for the September 2008 murder of Washington, DC resident Toby Hunter. Tony Randolph Hunter died several days after being punched in the head by Robert Hannah, 19. The incident happened on September 10th 2008. …

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Uganda Proposes Gay Death Penalty

Homosexuals in Uganda will face the death penalty if a new law proposed by Parliament member David Bahait is adopted. Aggravated homosexuality will be punished by death, according to a new bill tabled in Parliament yesterday. The private member’s bill was tabled by Ndorwa West MP David Bahati (NRM). A person commits aggravated homosexuality when the victim is a person …

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Whatcha Thinkin’ About, Rev. Terry?

JMG reader Marli sends us this picture of Rev. Randall Terry straddling a gory abortion placard as he screams into the face of a gay man about the disgustness of hot, hot homo sex. Looks like Rev. Terry has a little sumpin’ sumpin’ going on down there.

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Kalamazoo’s First Non-Discrimination Ad

In January, the American Family Association forced the repeal of Kalamazoo’s new LGBT rights law. The issue has been put to a public vote and here is the first ad in support of next month’s ballot.

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Open Thread Thursday

If you went, tell us about your experience at the National Equality March.

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Barney Frank On Joy Behar

Barney Frank talks to Joy Behar about health care reform, then at the 4:00 mark, defends his comments ripping the National Equality March.

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Paris: Muslim Soccer Team Renegs, Kicked Out Of League

That all-Muslim amateur soccer team in Paris refused for a second time to play the all-gay team, despite saying last week that they would. Here’s the result. So, just a few days after a French Muslim soccer team, Créteil Bébel, agreed to play a French gay soccer team, Paris Foot Gay (PFG), to quash allegations of homophobia, team Créteil Bébel …

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Anti-Gay Preacher Randall Terry At The National Equality March

Noted asshat and anti-abortionist Randall Terry has just posted this clip of he and his fellow bigots harassing the attendees of the National Equality March.

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Belinda Carlisle Comes Out For No On 1

Revealing that her son is gay, former Go-Go’s leader singer Belinda Carlisle has come out in support of marriage equality in Maine.

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80’s Flashback

Luther Vandross, Never Too Much, 1981. Vandross wrote and produced this first single from his debut solo album of the same name, after spending much of the 70’s as a backup vocalist for the likes of Roberta Flack, Diana Ross, David Bowie, Chaka Khan, Donna Summer, and many others. Never Too Much reached #1 on the R&B chart and #33 …

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The Gay Blood Libel

The Advocate has published an excellent and extensive article by Steven W. Thrasher about the FDA’s decades-old ban on gay men donating blood. An excerpt: Today, three years after the American Red Cross, the American Association of Blood Banks, and America’s Blood Centers blasted the policy as “scientifically and medically unwarranted,” congressional representatives have ramped up pressure on the FDA …

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GOP: There’s A Rep For That!

Another winner from Rob Tisinai. Watch this.

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Slap On Wrist For Chicago-Area Teacher Who Railed About “Black Fags”

Last night the Geneva School Board in suburban Chicago voted to only give high school teacher Dave Burk a warning for telling several classes, “How do you feel about your tax dollars being spent to fund black fags taking pictures of other black fags in New York?” The notice against teacher David Burk states that any further improprieties could result …

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Maine Poll: Marriage Vote In Dead Heat

According to a just released poll, the fight to retain marriage equality in Maine is essentially tied. According to new poll data, 51.8 percent of people who plan to vote in November say they will vote no or are leaning in that direction on question 1, the people’s veto of Maine’s same-sex marriage law. The poll shows that 42.9 percent …

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The Full Silkwood

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