Posts by Jeremy Hooper, Special Projects Consultant

Harry Jackson now a bona fide 'ex-gay' activist

Harry Jackson is about as connected to anti-LGBT politics as any likeminded commentator could ever hope to be. This being the case, it's both interesting and instructive to know that Mr. Jackson has signed himself up for to speak at a so-called "ex-gay" conference.

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CNN's Cuomo holds Bill Donohue accountable

Bill Donohue, as the head and pretty much lone voice of the Catholic League, has spent the past many years obsessing about LGBT people. After Pope Francis called for an end to "obsession" about LGBT people, Chris Cuomo asked Donohue if he was changing his tone.

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NBC News holds Scott Lively accountable

Major kudos to NBC News, which is running an extensive report on one of the worst subjects we track in GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project: Scott Lively.

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19 Kids & One Major Disservice to LGBT Viewers

Tonight on the TLC network, another season of 19 Kids & Counting will makes its debut. But it's planning to overlook the fact that the Duggar's eldest son is working for one of the one of the nation's single most hostile organizations when it comes to LGBT people.

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But here's the thing, Glenn Beck...

Glenn Beck wants to move past issues that divide us. So why does his show regularly feature guests who divide us?

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The new 'Crossfire': Three who are pro-equality vs. one who is Newt

When CNN relaunches Crossfire this afternoon, the new setup will basically mirror the old: Two pundits "from the left" versus two pundits "from the right." However, when it comes to LGBT equality, this new table will be three-on-one in favor of full LGBT equality.

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Naming the new, decidedly anti-gay Scouts

Tonight, the group that is working to create an explicitly anti-gay version of the Boy Scouts unveils its new moniker. Let's think of some fun possibilities.

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Cardinal George as Commentator

When a faith leader like Chicago's Cardinal George explicitly says that he is speaking more as a "rational thinker" than as a faith leader (“This is first of all a rational issue before it’s a faith issue"), one has to wonder where he falls on the scale of punditry

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