Frank Schubert is seeking a political wedge or scandal that he thinks will help him score political points against the marriage equality movement by making comparisons to make it seem like there is going to be a more controversial element to come
All too often, the AFA puts their personal opinions either right beside or, more typically, highly above all research and knowledge in order to promote whatever agenda they want to push.
Peter LaBarbera, longtime anti-LGBT activist, claimed that people like him who oppose LGBT rights for a living are being treated the way the Nazis treated the Jews.
Bryan Fischer outed a Mississippi transgender man, claiming he was committing "biological fraud." Now that man is facing harassment and potential violence.
Typically, the media portrays the Values Voters Summit as little more than a right-leaning political gathering. The truth is that the Values Voters Summit has an assembled roster that deserves accountability for their actions.
Mark Regnerus, who is now infamous in American political circles for his flawed, widely repudiated, far-right-concocted "study" that was designed to slight same-sex parents in order to influence the 2012 elections and the Supreme Court, seems to have international aspirations.
Anti-LGBT activist wishes the US punished LGBT people by life imprisonment, just like Uganda and Gambia
Longtime anti-LGBT activist Peter LaBarbera is praising nations like Uganda and Gambia, where homosexuality is punished by life imprisonment. According to Peter, these nations are far better off than the United States.
Travis Weber is a name that has been popping up more and more at the Family Research Council's propaganda mill. FRC apparently thinks he's the guy who's going to help the anti-LGBT right score points in their push to pass license-to-discriminate bills all across this nation.
NOM cofounder: 'Hard to see... the logical stopping place' between gay-affirming, murder-affirming Christians
Last week, National Organization For Marriage cofounder, Federal Marriage Amendment author, and Princeton University professor Robert George went on Catholic radio to talk about openly gay Christian singer Vicky Beeching. You'll probably guess where he went with this.