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What did anti-gay activists say about the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell? And have any of their predictions come true?
GLAAD has joined calls from leading lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocates in urging media to report critically on responses from anti-LGBT organizations including the Family Research Council (FRC) and the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) following a shooting at FRC headquarters last week.
In an open letter to Tony Perkins published in Huffington Post on Monday, LGBT advocate and talk show host Michelangelo Signorile asked anti-LGBT activist Tony Perkins to have a discussion about the word "hate" and why it applies to Perkins' organization.
Jeremy Hooper has a question for Family Research Council's Tony Perkins.
Last week, the Family Research Council honored the man responsible for one of the only profiles in the entire Commentator Accountability Project (#GLAADCAP) more extreme than its own members ... and is getting blasted for it from within the anti-gay movement.
Thursday afternoon, CNN’s Brooke Baldwin gave an almost textbook example of how to tell a complete story when dealing with an anti-gay activist.
Last night, Lou Dobbs hosted a panel of two anti-gay activists which began as an attack on marraige equality, but ended up as an attack on adoption. And not just adoption by same-sex couples. ALL adoption.
Last night, MSNBC gave us two examples of how to hold anti-gay activists accountable for their own words, and how to paint a more complete picture of the arguments against marriage equality.
Sometimes it takes a thousand or more words to show the common duality that our Commentator Accountability Project is aiming to expose. Sometimes it just takes a couple of photos.