Commentator Accountability Project (CAP)
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Anti-gay activist Tony Perkins is launching a new radio show today. We're liveblogging it.
Equality made historic strides in 2012, and GLAAD was there every step of the way.
Focus on the Family's Glenn Stanton takes to what is considered a mainstream conservative outlet to dehumanize a little girl and her family. That's the holiday spirit!
Regardless of the details, one really must laugh when one sees a biased pundit like Tony Perkins criticizing a program for being "too biased" on a subject like marriage equality:
CAP-profiled Mat Staver gave a very measured defense of so-called "ex-gay" programs when on CNN, but that very same day (wearing those very same clothes) he put out a much more extreme version of his beliefs.
The New York Times, in a story about marriage equality, identified the Family Research Council as merely a "conservative Christian" group. What did they leave out?
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.
Congratulations to blogger, advocate, GLAAD consultant, and all-around (as the article calls him) "good guy" Jeremy Hooper, who has been named one of Instinct Magazine's "Leading Men of 2012."
Next week on Election Day marriage for gay and lesbian couples will be voted on in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington. GLAAD’s update to the CAP project includes profiles of anti-LGBT activists working against LGBT families in those states.
Pastor Brad Brandon is far from the only active anti-gay operative to have said vile and inflammatory things about the LGBT community. He’s just one of the few who’ve been reported on as such.