Friday, April 04, 2014

'South Carolina gay community makes history' and other Friday midday news briefs

House Sub-committee hears testimony on (H.4025) The Workplace Fairness Act - Not bad! For the first time in history, the South Carolina legislature heard testimony in favor of protecting lgbts from workplace discrimination. It will NOT be the last time. 
Right-Wing Pundits Call Gay Rights Advocates 'Rainbowshirts,' 'Terrorists' And 'The New Nazis' - Meanwhile, anti-gay groups and spokespeople are acting the fool. For folks obsessed with how supposedly nasty sodomy is, they tend to show their collective asses a lot.  

Was the gay community right to target Mozilla’s Brendan Eich? - No doubt, you have heard of this controversy involving the former head of Mozilla. I say hell yes. Now the opposition says we didn't show tolerance. I say we showed the same tolerance they showed when they demanded that the head of World Vision be fired for the decision of hiring married gays.  

Robert Oscar Lopez is angry that GLAAD gives a spotlight to his words - Why that's awful! Poor Robert! (WE NEED A BIGGER SPOTLIGHT!)  

Pat Buchanan: God Is On Putin's Side, While "The West Is Gomorrah" - Pat Buchanan. A racist who doesn't like lgbts. THAT'S original.

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