Tuesday, June 12, 2012

'Religious right betting on new fraudulent study on gay parenting' and other Tuesday midday news briefs

Flawed study funded by anti-gay org claims to overturn decades of research affirming gay and lesbian parenting - In case you haven't heard, there is a new "study" out which challenges the notion of gay parenting. Guess who is behind it.  

Corvino: Flawed, destined-to-be-misused study comes at expense of actual child welfare - Jeremy Hooper provides more information about the "study."

 Five Things News Outlets Should Know About The Newest Same-Sex Parenting Study - Media Matters adds it's voice to the mix. The more facts we have about this "study," the better prepared we are for when the right will attempt to use it.  

Fraudulent ‘Study’ Attacking Same-Sex Parents Illuminates Dangerous Impact Of Mainstream Media - And Think Progress makes an excellent point about how the mainstream media can do damage when madness like this becomes public.

 Colorado: Lawmaker ‘disappointed’ after campaign email outs son - Anti-gay lawmaker gets a shock from HER OWN campaign.  

What Happens When A Fox News Reporter Attends A Gay Pride Parade? - Todd Starnes is VILE. End of story.  

Minnesota Priest Argues Catholics Can (And Should) Vote ‘No’ on MN Marriage Inequality Amendment - Amen! 

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1 comment:

Daniel said...

Thanks for reporting on the biased antigay "study" which was little more than propaganda. When I red Saletan's report in Slate I was very disappointed in him. Something in me said even his tone seemed off key. It just looked sloppy and biased on his part. Now that I see these other reports, I feel justified in considering the so called "study" another, rather shallow, attempt at spreading hate.