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The Supreme Court Moves to Destroy Straight Marriage

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By Bob Minor

The right-wing has gone crazy since the Supreme Court sanctioned marriage equality in late June. What they’d been praying for didn’t come to pass – their angry, righteous, warrior deity didn’t intervene with fire and brimstone or floods and pestilence.

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Does Love Define Us?

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I wanted to get clear of the SCOTUS decision—clear of Pride-silly season—and then perhaps we can talk a bit more seriously.

I know it’s tremendously unpopular and not PC to call ourselves homosexuals anymore, but in the context of defining who and what we are, are we going to be so shallow that simply writing out a Post-It note, pasting it to our foreheads, and telling everyone that the only thing that makes a homosexual is who they love and marry?

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A Solution to the Marriage Issue

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Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today

For 18 years I’ve warned about the danger of using judicial process to “force” anti-gay bigots to accept marriage equality and the backlash chain reaction it would trigger. The rash of Religious Restoration Freedom Acts would tend to vindicate me on this issue and it’s only going to get worse from here on with Alabama and Texas threatening secession and violence if the United States Supreme Court forces them to accept marriage equality.

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What Progressives Could Take from the Religion Polls

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By Bob Minor

Social and mainstream media are abuzz about the rise of the “nones” and the decline of people identifying with religious institutions. A lot of the discussion reflects quite a bit about each writer’s hopes and dreams about religion’s future.

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The Brave Frontier

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Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today

There once was a horrible zoo in Kenya. They had a very small cage they kept the lions in and they allowed them to just breed and breed until there was hardly a square inch of room left inside the cage.

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Coming Out from Under the Covers

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By Bob Minor

The danger facing the movement for equality for LGBT people today isn’t just the furious backlash of the religious right-wing, but a response of the movement, which Michelangelo Signorile labels “victory blindness.” In fact, he writes in his new must-read It’s Not Over: Getting Beyond Tolerance, Defeating Homophobia, and Winning True Equality, we are in a “dangerous moment” - in spite of great victories, “discrimination, violence and tragic horror stories – in addition to the daily slights that all of us who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender have experienced for years – have not only continued, they’ve sometimes become more blatant.”

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Stop Asking These Questions

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By Bob Minor

How does someone credibly answer the question: “Have you quit beating your spouse?” It's the classic example of a question being the problem.

It's a setup. The issue is in the question itself, before there's an answer.

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