Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Hate group fears the LGBTQ rights, safety being protected under the law

With Trump attempting to seize all of the oxygen in the room, it is difficult to pay attention to other crucial issues, such as LGBTQ equality. But thanks to hate group the Family Research Council, let's have a reminder:

Don't be fooled by the nonsense of this piece but please pay attention to the fear FRC has about any extension of LGBTQ equality. When ENDA was being considered, the group freely lied about what it would lead to and it is lying about the Equality Act and the Fairness for All Act.

Remember that FRC's entire brand is undermining LGBTQ equality and safety. Don't let them fool you as to where it stands regarding the LGBTQ community and our children:

Related posts:

Family Research Council: LGBTQ rights shouldn't be protected under law because of children and  'health hazards'

2011 Flashback - 16 Reasons Why the Family Research Council is a Hate Group

'Chris Pratt avoiding legitimate questions about anti-LGBTQ history of his church' & other Tue midday news briefs

Chris Pratt need not avoid the anti-LGBTQ history of his church.

Chris Pratt Responds To Ellen Page’s Claim His Church Is ‘Infamously Anti-LGBTQ’ - I hate to be involved in this but I smell how the religious right are going attempt to use this in order to make the LGBTQ community seem like bullies. Pratt sidestepped several points about his church and I be DAMNED if the LGBTQ community will be looked at as bullies because we are making legitimate call outs, like such: 

Chris Pratt attends an anti-gay church with a history of child molestation and ex-gay therapy  
Is Hillsong Church anti-LGBT? What you need to know about its views 
Inside Hillsong, the Church of Choice for Justin Bieber and Kevin Durant  
Sex Abuse & Gay Conversion Therapy: The Dark Past of Justin Bieber’s Megachurch Hillsong

NYC Lawmaker Says Chamber Controlled By ‘Homosexual Community,’ Won’t Apologize - This is what is wrong with the media. Framing the story as if his ignorance is somehow courageous. We don't need the jerk to apologize. Call him out with the facts. Stop asking an asshole not to be an asshole.

West Virginia lawmaker says there’s no reason to punish him for comparing LGBTQ community to KKK - Second verse same as the first. Stop demanding apologies. To hell with their apologies. Call out their words. 

This Republican told LGBTQ youth that homosexuality is equal to bestiality & pedophilia - A part of a larger problem. "Ignore them" we are told by some people. You can't ignore ignorant people who have the power to make policy which will affect your life.