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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.
On Friday, while the rest of the country was going purple in support of LGBT young people on Spirit Day, the school board in East Aurora, Illinois was sending the exact opposite message to transgender students.
Last week, CNN's Carol Costello hosted a segment about the anti-gay American Family Association's protest of Southern Poverty Law Center's "Mix it up at lunch day" - because of AFA's bizarre claim that encouraging kids to make new friends promotes some kind of "gay agenda."
GLAAD consultant Jeremy Hooper talks about the striking parallels between the work we do on the Commentator Accountability Project and the awareness we are raising on #SpiritDay.
Personally, I see a CNN anchor holding a noted voice of extremism accountable for just one of his many acts of verbal aggression plucked from one of his man years of targeted hostilty.
What did anti-gay activists say about the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell? And have any of their predictions come true?
AFA's Bryan Fisher said "The only way now in America's legal system that you can protect your child from being raised in a same-sex household is to get that kid into the Underground Railroad and get that child out of dodge."