Monday, March 21, 2016

'Georgia learning about anti-gay discrimination the hard way. Will NC be next?' & other Mon. midday news briefs

If the NC legislature is smart, they won't listen to the Benham brothers.

Benham Brothers Headline Protest Calling For Special Legislative Session To Kill Charlotte NDO - And the push to destroy lgbt anti-discrimination laws begin in North Carolina. The opposition doesn't know which lie to choose from - that the law will endanger women and girls in bathrooms and locker rooms or the law will discriminate against those who think that homosexuality is a sin (note, I will NOT say Christians because not all Christians believe that homosexuality is a sin. Not playing by THEIR language, don't you know.) So they will alternate between lies. 

NFL, Apple Come Out Against Georgia’s Discriminatory ‘Religious Liberty’ Bill - Georgia is going to learn so well about not discriminating against lgbts that folks will be able to repeat the lesson from memory.  

The Intersection Between the Practice of Jungle Justice and the Culture of Homophobia In Nigeria - The bravest of us all are the ones who fight for equality even in the face of extreme danger. 

 More than 50 Conservative Catholics Back Ted Cruz - The forces fighting against marriage equality have lost the war but are counting on Ted Cruz to be president so they can attempt to erase gays' right to marry.  

Johns Hopkins Professor Endangers the Lives of Transgender Youth - Junk science rears its ugly head against the transgender community.  

The American College of Pediatricians and the Laundering of Junk Science - And the junk science from the above link is partly coming from this group, which is why I am pulling this post from 2009. It is a prime example of why we must catalog and define the groups pretending to be legitimate as they astroturf  homophobic lies into the scientific community. And also why we must have this information ready for anyone attempting to do research.

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