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No one should be even mildly shocked to hear Randy Thomasson delberately misgendering a human being in an on-air debate. Thanks to CAP, no outlet has to be surprised the next time they book Thomasson or any number of voices
Her prominence has ebbed and flowed over the years, but her commitment to stigmatizing LGBT people has remained. And now, with her latest comments connecting gay male affection with the "love" that convicted rapist and kidnapper Ariel Castro had for his victims, Sandy Rios is the latest addition to GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project.
Donald Trump is headlining the Family Leadership Summit, appearing along side a who's-who of anti-LGBT leaders. Will he fall in line, or will he be the voice of reason in the room?
Harry Jackson takes on Margaret Cho, and others like her who support LGBT equality. He can't, however, find a good argument to support the idea of LGBT discrimination.
Scott Lively is seeking to change the first amendment so it only applies to his anti-LGBT rhetoric.
Frank Schubert's latest take on the Proposition 8 legal case might be the biggest bout of sore-loserdom you've ever witnessed from an anti-LGBT commentator.
GLAAD teamed up with God Loves Uganda and Southern California faith leaders to mobilize against the export of US-based homophobia.
Peter Sprigg makes it pretty clear: He simply wants employers' "right" to brand us immoral.
Peter Sprigg doesn't want an evangelical school to tolerate its LGBT students. Rather, he's calling for "ex-gay" class on campus.
NOM's Jennifer Roback Morse says Hollywood has unfairly shaped public opinion—and she's fighting mad about it!