Thursday, October 06, 2011

'Hate group attacks Chaz Bono in attempt to stop pro-gay law' and other Thursday midday news briefs

As many of you know, the religious right have been trying to stop a law in California - SB48 (The Fair Education Act) - which revised an existing law and adds the gay community to a list of under-represented cultural and ethnic groups that are covered in textbooks and other instructional materials in schools.

These folks seek to repeal this law via referendum and they have also been stooping to nasty levels, such a allegedly lying to get signatures.

But the following graphic takes the cake. It is a part of  a Powerpoint presentation - which according to the anti-gay group the Family Research Council - should be shown in churches:

Hat tip to Jeremy Hooper

And in other news (if that graphic hasn't made you sick already):

Minnesota Catholic Conference: ‘What If A Bisexual Wants A Partner Of Each Kind? - Tacky, tacky.

One Way To Tell That Trans People Are On The Religious Right’s/Social Conservative’s Radar - It will get worse before it gets better.

Major News Outlets Still Relying On Hate Group Leader For 2012 Commentary - I personally think that this is good news. A good target is one which has a big red mark on its back. I mean that in a strictly figurative "let's not waste good opportunities to show the world that the Family Research Council is a hate group" type of way.

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