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The American Family Association has led a multi-platform, multi-spokesperson rhetorical assault against the decorated musical, Kinky Boots, its costuming, and its themes of acceptance.
Why does the Air Force need a counselor whose primary mission is to promote forced changes in sexual orientation.
Brent Bozell and FRC head Tony Perkins seem to believe that their anti-LGBT extremism might have a fighting chance, if only they had some fictional counterparts populating sitcoms and dramas.
Whenever you hear that Cathy Ruse and Peter Sprigg have managed to place a commentary in a mainstream news outlet like The Hill, you know it's going to be a biased piece that seeks to say whatever it can to justify the obviously anti-LGBT stance that is ingrained within the commentators.
Did you know that by reading this site, you are in a "sinister partnership with nefarious forces" and "part of an evil conspiracy"? Well if radical anti-LGBT activist Bryan Fischer is to be believed, you totally are.
When the American Family Association protests the label as an anti-LGBT organization, it should look to its own founder and its basic principles to see why that label fits so well.
Fox News' Todd Starnes is seriously trying to position the American Family Association, one of the most openly and proudly anti-LGBT organizations around, as simply a Christian ministry.
Some of the most anti-LGBT voices have cleared a portion of their weekend calendars so that they can show up to speak and participate in the so-called Values Voter Summit, an annual production of the Family Research Council.
The anti-LGBT movement has gone well beyond the bounds of politics, and, increasingly, have become a movement built around personal denigration.
Tony Perkins has an additional feather in his cap: the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement. Perkins was appointed by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal to the commission that will train and shape how the police in the state operate, specifically in regard to LGBT people.