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Did you know that by reading this site, you are in a "sinister partnership with nefarious forces" and "part of an evil conspiracy"? Well if radical anti-LGBT activist Bryan Fischer is to be believed, you totally are.
When the American Family Association protests the label as an anti-LGBT organization, it should look to its own founder and its basic principles to see why that label fits so well.
Fox News' Todd Starnes is seriously trying to position the American Family Association, one of the most openly and proudly anti-LGBT organizations around, as simply a Christian ministry.
Anti-gay activists yesterday COULD NOT BELIEVE that anyone would ever accuse DOMA supporters of being driven by "animus." ... Really?
Just because the LGBT blogosphere is spending the day talking about the realities of LGBT families, doesn't mean that anti-LGBT activists have stopped spreading misinformation.
Bryan Fischer's inflammatory and anti-gay rhetoric is being used to define America's conservative viewpoints in the eyes of the world - and this is something that conservatives should be worried about.
Anti-gay activist Tony Perkins is launching a new radio show today. We're liveblogging it.
Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” bill is still in play, and its connection to American Evangelical leaders has become clearer. Scott Lively, who is profiled on GLAAD’s CAP page, led an “anti-homosexuality” conference in Kampala, Uganda in 2009. He is now taking credit for much of the bill in an article published on World Net Daily. At the time of the conference, Lively was heavily criticized by the international community for meeting directly with Ugandan government officials and pushing for what has become known as the “Kill the Gays” bill.
As one might expect, those monitored by GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project had much to say about Tuesday's election—and much of if it was predictably anti-LGBT in tone.