This again? OK, folks, time to man up. Or woman up. Just get up, and listen. Noted hate group Catholic Exchange, a site that promotes bigotry and homophobia under a simulacrum of God, is asking its followers to demand Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to veto Senator (and future Mayor of San Francisco?) Mark Leno’s “Harvey Milk […]
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SFist Matt Baume (SFist and SFAppeal contributor, Stop8.org founder, and one of the leading voice in the fight against prop. 8) created this helpful film that explains today’s Prop 8 ruling and what our next steps. Please visit Stop8.org for more information about today’s ruling.
California Supreme Court to rule on Proposition 8 Tuesday.
Same-sex marriage momentum building, Utah activists say
The Colbert Report Mon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c The Colbert Coalition’s Anti-Gay Marriage Ad colbertnation.com Colbert Report Full Episodes Political Humor NASA Name Contest “There is a storm coming, and pretty soon the winds are going to be blowing each other…”
Their “crime”? Being gay. Update: The site referenced by SFist is a blog with just a few posts, and it asks for donations. They cite an Amnesty article as their source, but Amnesty says that 128 will be executed, but does not mention gays. Not once. Something here isn’t right.
From Paige Cabral via Facebook. She was one of the main organizers of the No on Prop 8 rallies in San Francisco right after it passed. A couple of us on campus here at UCD have started up Yes on Equality, a non-profit group promoting California’s Official 2010 Marriage Equality Initiative. We officially submitted the […]
Anita gets a pie in the face. 1977. Well there’s no real difference between Anita Bryant and Sarah Palin, is there? Except maybe that Bryant can utter repeated coherent sentences without a teleprompter, that is. Both are reactionary bigots who hide their hatreds behind a pious cloak of extreme right wing religiosity. Anita Byrant was […]
Sue and I saw Milk last night. It’s everything you’ve heard about it. Stunning. Go see it. One major political point. In 1978 it looked like Prop 6 (the Briggs Initiative) would pass in California. It was a viciously homophobic proposition backed by conservative churches and fronted by John Briggs, a reactionary Orange County politician. […]