Official documents from the National Organization for Marriage reveal that the anti-LGBT group has been actively interested in – as they say – fanning the hostility between the LGBT community and the black community.
The New York Times published a profile of anti-gay campaign architect Frank Schubert, but it fails to hold him accountable for the speech and actions of those he has tasked with carrying out his campaigns.
In an open letter to Tony Perkins published in Huffington Post on Monday, LGBT advocate and talk show host Michelangelo Signorile asked anti-LGBT activist Tony Perkins to have a discussion about the word "hate" and why it applies to Perkins' organization.
When GLAAD launched the Commentator Accountability Project back in March, well over half of the folks whose own words are collected by the project publicly responded to their inclusion.
With marriage equality going before voters in four states this November, GLAAD has announced it will create local Commentator Accountability Project (CAP) profiles for anti-gay activists in all four states, beginning with those working in Maine.
Yesterday, the Human Rights Campaign revealed that America's largest anti-marriage equality organization, the National Organization for Marriage, has been employing tactics designed specifically to "(fan) hostility" between the LGBT community and others.