Recent Posts

First To Marry In Connecticut

Via NYTimes, these ladies were the first to get a marriage license. Barbara and Robin Levine-Ritterman left New Haven City Hall with the first marriage license issued to a same-sex couple in Connecticut on Wednesday. Robin is holding the license. And these ladies were the first to marry.

Read More »

NY: Two Dem Senators Want A State Referendum On Marriage Equality

The battle for New York senate majority leader continues as a trio of Democratic senators say they want a Latino in the post, not current Minority Leader Sen. Malcolm Smith, who is African-American. And two of the three, Sen. Carl Kruger and Sen. Ruben Diaz, Sr. say they want a state referendum on marriage equality rather than a legislative approval. …

Read More »

Dan Savage On Colbert

Stephen Colbert hits on the same issue that Bill O’Reilly does further down this page, but does it much funnier, bringing Dan Savage in for extra hilarity. Check out how Savage makes the usually unflappable Colbert break up.

Read More »

He Voted Yes On 8

Jesus’ General hips us to this queen’s “praise-ercize” clip on GodTube. “Feel the bongos!” He’s the black Richard Simmons! Also, at 5:46, does he say “I gotta pee”? Too funny. (Via – Pam Spaulding)

Read More »

LA Times: Prop 8’s Lessons

Wondering where all those protesters were before the election, the Los Angeles Times doles out some blame. Same-sex marriage advocates produced only one hard-hitting commercial, depicting a pair of Mormon missionaries ripping up the wedding license of a married gay couple, but didn’t air it until election day. The campaign made little effort to reach out to the African American …

Read More »

Top Ten Most Irritating Phrases

Oxford University has issued a list of what they consider to be the top ten most irritating phrases. 1 – At the end of the day2 – Fairly unique3 – I personally4 – At this moment in time5 – With all due respect6 – Absolutely7 – It’s a nightmare8 – Shouldn’t of9 – 24/710 – It’s not rocket science (Via …

Read More »

Bill O’Reilly Wants To See A War Between Gays And Blacks

Bill O’Reilly says that instead of protesting the Mormons, gays should be protesting at black churches, but won’t because of fear of losing our “politically-correct cred.” Stats guru Nate Silver debunks the “blacks did it” opinion: Certainly, the No on 8 folks might have done a better job of outreach to California’s black and Latino communities. But the notion that …

Read More »

YouTube Thinks I’m A Spammer

Somebody didn’t like the comments I posted on various Yes On 8 clips on YouTube. Text comments you posted to YouTube have been identified as spam, and have been deleted from the site. Your account has received one Community Guidelines warning strike, which will expire in six months. Additional violations may result in the temporary disabling of your ability to …

Read More »

Damage Control At Marriott

Marriott Hotels is doing some damage control in the face of calls for a boycott of the chain. Bill Marriott (emphasis mine): As many of you may know I’m a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Some might conclude given my family’s membership in the Mormon Church that our company supported the recent ballot initiative to …

Read More »

Andy Towle Zinged By Rick & Steve

Andy Towle got teased a little on LOGO last night. Towle: “I began watching this preview clip of tonights’s season two premiere of LOGO’s Rick & Steve yesterday on Pink is the New Blog (Trent, Arianna Huffington, and Perez Hilton are featured in it) without having any idea what was coming at the end of it. I laughed my ass …

Read More »