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Gay christians.

Started by Daniel W. Last reply by Gerald Payne May 13. 2 Replies

Boycotting Indiana

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Grinning Cat Apr 12. 12 Replies

Per Right Wing Watch, The Nuts Are Really Coming after the Fruits

Started by Bertold Brautigan. Last reply by Bertold Brautigan Apr 10. 2 Replies

Discrimination by nontheists?

Started by Jacob Dreiling. Last reply by Bertold Brautigan Mar 27. 15 Replies

The Lack Of LGBT Atheists

Started by Neon Genesis. Last reply by Grinning Cat Mar 27. 16 Replies

Priviliged Bickering

Started by Daniel W. Last reply by Susan Stanko Mar 17. 3 Replies

Coming out in your teens.

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner Feb 11. 2 Replies

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Comment by Daniel W on February 12, 2015 at 1:16pm
From reading the editorial, I'm guessing the writer disagrees with Brownback's policy choices.
Comment by Bertold Brautigan on February 12, 2015 at 11:45am

While in the lighter vein, I can't resist sharing a line from the Rude Pundit's rant on Kansas Governor Sam Brownback's executive order removing lgbt job protections:

Man, some people have Jesus shoved so far up their asses that they can feel his crown of thorns on their uvulas.

Comment by Grinning Cat on February 12, 2015 at 11:06am

I've enjoyed frites with aioli -- wonderful stuff, made with olive oil, egg yolks, lemon juice and/or mustard, and about a thousand garlic cloves!

(Time to move this conversation to "Food!")

Comment by Daniel W on February 12, 2015 at 10:45am

I eat Thousand Island dressing on my french fries.  And sometimes, aioli.

As for being attracted to someone in the laboratory setting, I don't know.  White coats are kind of a turn off, regardless of gender.  :-)

Comment by Grinning Cat on February 12, 2015 at 9:55am

On a lighter note, some cuteness from Buzzfeed:

How to tell if someone is bisexual:

how to tell if someone is bisexual: a flowchart / do they show signs of being attracted to more than one gender in a laboratory setting? [if yes go to (*)] [if no] do they glow in the dark? [if yes] you should probably suggest they see a medical professional [go to (*)] [if no] do they eat mayonnaise on their french fries? [if yes] that is disgusting [in any case] (*) do they identify as bisexual? [if yes] they're bisexual! [if no] they're not bisexual!(click to embiggen)

Comment by Daniel W on February 12, 2015 at 8:29am
NOM's spokestrolls and contributors are just vile. Im sure they are gearing up for a big mendaceous campaign. I will try not to watch too closely - I cant change what they do. They make Catholicism look bad. Not that it's difficult to do that.
Comment by Bertold Brautigan on February 12, 2015 at 8:04am

Note again the language of NOM's attempt to channel Martin Luther King in support of bigotry:


we will march for a true and just cause, for the civil right of Americans to enjoy the benefits of natural marriage, the union of one man and one woman, the foundation of society and the cradle of civilization.


Religion Digest published an article today by Eric Miller [WILL “RIGHTS” CLAIMS TIP THE SCALES AGAINST GAY MARRIAGE?] that's a bit disturbing in this regard. It's worth reading in its entirety, but the main point is that conservatives have come to the realization that framing discourse in the language of "rights" amounts to a cloak of invisibility for extreme candidates and positions, and ultimately an invitation to lie.


For years, same-sex marriage supporters have successfully framed the debate in terms of the “right to marry” and “marriage equality.” Rights and equality are the trump cards of political liberalism, and these are arguably the two most potent frames in American political discourse. Supporters of traditional marriage have lacked a counter-argument that could stand up to these effective declarations. Arguments regarding tradition, nature, and children seemed to lose to those of rights, especially for the young who are more susceptible to rights frames. Recently, however, activists have been reframing their support for traditional marriage using the language of rights, arguing that children have the “right to have both a father and a mother.” Some recent research suggests that this might be effective.

Comment by Bertold Brautigan on February 12, 2015 at 7:31am

No wonder the big guy's so ugly!

Ya gotta love the Alabama GOP lionizing St. Clarence Thomas for what he does best - being a dick.

Comment by Grinning Cat on February 12, 2015 at 12:39am

Bertold, marriage equality and nondiscrimination laws, etc., do threaten one thing: some people's perception that their religious traditions and dogma are obviously right because even the civil government is going along with them.

Anyway, I just read that the Alabama Republican Party chairman unwittingly wrote one true statement in his diatribe against same-sex marriage, after a federal judge struck down Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional:

"We have made God in our image."

Comment by sk8eycat on February 11, 2015 at 6:58pm

Daniel, you could dress as the guy in the parable about the man who was to marry 10 virgins on the same night.  IF you can find 10 genuine virgins to go along with the joke....

 

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