Monday, April 07, 2014

'What does today's victory at the Supreme Court mean for the lgbt community?' & other Monday midday news briefs

BREAKING: Supreme Court won’t hear anti-gay photographer case - By now, a vast majority of the lgbt community knows of and is celebrating this critical victory but I figure what the heck. Still post it. 

What To Make Of The Supreme Court’s Decision Not To Hear That Anti-Gay Photographer’s Case - Extensive commentary and details about today's victory by Think Progress.

 SC lawmaker accuses college of 'recruiting' students to be gay - I know what you are thinking. Why am I featuring this post again when it was the featured story on my blog this morning. Because I don't want you to miss it. It's THAT important.  

Elaine Donnelly, professional military discrimination advocate: Trans soldiers want to serve so military can pay for surgery - Oh good grief. Give it up, Elaine and show some dignity in defeat.  

Dear Andrew Sullivan, 'Left-Liberal Intolerance' Did Not Bring Down Mozilla's CEO - A very important post because of the next one.  

BarbWire: 'Al-'Gay'Da' And 'Lezbollah' Terrorists Brought Down Mozilla CEO - Don't you just love the way homophobes think of the cutest insulting names for the lgbt community and then cry foul when they are called homophobes?

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