Tag Archives: Nebraska

Married On One Side, Not On The Other

Marriage equality activists gathered in Omaha on a pedestrian bridge connecting Nebraska and Iowa this weekend to demand their rights. Gay and lesbian couples and supporters from Nebraska and Iowa marched to the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge and met in the middle with a message. “As soon as you cross the line, you’re no longer married. You realize that? We’ve …

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Friendly Voices – Paul Donahoe

“I am straight, but on the forums people make a lot of gay jokes about me. I’m not too concerned. They can talk about me all they want, it doesn’t matter. If a guy wants to be with a guy, who cares? Obviously, I did it for the money. We kept thinking no one would ever find out because it …

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Wingnuts Protest The Protest

So much for the wingnuts keeping their kids at home today. Instead, these jokers in Nebraska took it to the school. A small group of anti-gay demonstrators who showed up at Lincoln East High School Friday morning prompted 10 to 15 students to stage their own protest, with one student running through a banner that said “homosexuality is a sin.” …

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