Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Ex-Gay” Group Seek To Increase Abuse Of LGBT Children On Day Of Silence

“April 20 is the annual ‘Day of Silence’ when student and teacher members of homosexual clubs in schools across the country remain silent for the school day in order to bring attention to intolerance against homosexuals. Since members of these gay affirming clubs agree to remain silent for the day, April 20 is the time to distribute ex-gay information without …

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EU Launches LGBT Survey

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights has commissioned Gallup Europe for a survey of the LGBT residents of the EU. Besides occasional news reports about discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people, there is very little comparable data collected across the EU about the everyday experiences of LGBT people with respect to discrimination. Based on the survey …

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Spoiler: ABC’s GCB

Stay out of the comments if you’ve not yet seen last night’s episode. Otherwise dive in and dish.

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NOM Is A Vatican Front Group, Part 8

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This Week’s Newsweek Cover

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NOM Tactic: If The Result Is Shitty, Claim It Was Better Than Your Secret Goal

NOM never said it had any specific numerical “goal” in mind when it launched its hilariously failed Starbucks boycott. Which means that no matter the result, they can declare victory! Snork!

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U.S. Census Rejects NYC Challenge

The U.S. Census has rejected Mayor Bloomberg’s challenge of the 2010 population count. The Bloomberg administration said that the bureau’s 2010 count overlooked people in Astoria and Jackson Heights in Queens and Bay Ridge and Bensonhurst in Brooklyn. In 2010, the Census Bureau said the city population had increased by 166,855 to 8,175,133 over the past decade. City officials argued …

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Sarah Palin To Co-Host Today Show

Everybody thought this was an April Fools joke yesterday, but apparently it’s not.

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Freep This Poll

TIME Magazine wants to know if Cardinal Timothy Dolan should be on their 2012 TIME 100 list. As with their Person Of The Year, making the list doesn’t necessarily mean you are a good person, as also nominated is Kim Jong Un. Cast your votes for the leaders, artists, innovators, icons and heroes that you think are the most influential …

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The Devil’s Apricot

“Satanic message producers have several key responsibilities and working closely with talent is one of the most important. In this video Damon is visited by the head of Treble Six and lord of darkness, Satan.” Love this.(Via Christian Nightmares)

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The Nuffington Post

Cute Overload has some April Fools fun at the expense of the Huffington Post.

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About.com Readers’ Choice

Nice. Wilton Manors’ Alibi was named Best Gay Bar. I can see that. About.com is owned by the New York Times, which I didn’t know until today.

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Night Of 1000 Gowns 2012

Last night I attended the Imperial Court Of New York’s 26th Annual Night Of 1000 Gowns, which this year benefited PFLAG and New Alternatives. Swirling amidst all of the winking pomp and circumstance were empresses, emperors, duchesses, dukes, viscountesses, dowager empresses, and probably a dozen other royalty titles unknown to me. Also in the room were 100% of all the …

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The YouTube Home Collection

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PhoboQuotable – Frances Kelly

“Gender segregationists will be extremely disappointed when they finally realize how many wedges they created by advocating for separate marriage for genders. There’s the wedge between evangelicals and the gay agenda. The wedge between Catholics and gender-segregated ‘marriage.’ The wedge between parents and homosexual propaganda in school. The wedge between businesses and their money when they are sued by monogender …

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Improv Everywhere: Quadruplets

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