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Ari Ezra Waldman is a law professor at New York Law School. He is also the Legal Editor for Towleroad, the widely read and award winning LGBT-oriented news and politics website. During his years in legal practice, Ari represented LGBT victims of discrimination, and now as a professor, he works closely with the community’s legal advocacy organizations in the fight for gay rights.
Austin Ruse actually said something so extreme that he was fired from American Family Radio.
He made it perfectly clear that LGBT people are who he wants to stop, and was quite happy to make opposition to LGBT rights his sole reason for impeaching a sitting U.S. Attorney General. But what did the Fox News host say to challenge him? Nothing.
Pope Francis is messing with the narrative that anti-LGBT activists and leaders have been building. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Bill Donohue are scrambling to explain how nothing has changed, when in fact, it has.
Bryan Fischer is trying to lead America into war against LGBT people. Not a figurative one, but one with real violence.
As Michigan's marriage equality ban continues in trial, we've seen anti-LGBT activists come out in full force.
If you caught any coverage following last week's pro–marriage equality ruling in Texas, you probably saw the name Jonathan Saenz. He has clearly communicated that he believes gay people should not be gay. That goes well beyond marriage. It even goes beyond politics.
CNN's Chris Cuomo invited Catholic League President Bill Donohue onto his show to actively challenge his extremist statements. The context was discussion of the recently-vetoed Arizona 'license to discriminate" law.
Patricia Heaton made it clear that she had no clue who Bryan Fischer was or what she was getting herself into when she appeared on his radio show.