After Minority Leader Pelosi, Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, a host of other elected officials, and a cadre of LGBT organizational leaders called out his planned appearance at the National Organization For Marriage's anti-gay "March For Marriage," San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone issued a lengthy response in which he purports to "explain" why we are all mistaken about NOM, its allies, and their intentions.
GLAAD joins 80 lawmakers, community, and faith leaders to ask Roman Catholic bishop to decline NOM March
GLAAD has signed onto a letter asking San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone to step down from involvement with the March for Marriage on June 19.
The fact is, we are a lesser and more divided America because of the anti-LGBT movement.
The National Organization For Marriage's upcoming "March for Marriage" is to be held in Washington D.C. on June 19. NOM has unveiled a list of announced speakers who have all proven, without exception, that their work is in opposition to LGBT people and our basic acceptance and not just marriage equality.
The National Organization for Marriage, the once-powerful anti-LGBT group who has not had a victory since early 2012, has mostly been in the headlines because of its attempts to withhold donor information from courts.
While he did say he believes his prose has gotten better over the years, the Pennsylvania activist made it quite clear that he stands by his view that being gay is similar to incest.
Why do LGBT debates now seem to be so focused on such "silly" things? Jeremy Hooper explains how the outrage machine works.
The American Family Association's senior issue analyst, Bryan Fischer, thinks NFL draftee Michael Sam, by simple virtue of being a gay man, is "the sexual equivalent of a brain concussion." And according to the AFA's top staffer, the NFL should be forcing Sam into scientifically-shunned "reparative therapy."