Monday, April 6, 2015

Gay News Roundup, Apr. 6, 2015

Either he's gay or that's just a really nice jacket.

Harold C. Jones

In a recent survey, ninety percent of homosexuals figured that they had been born that way. The other ten percent say they got sucked in.

Why Pro-Gay Makes No Sense. (NewYorkTimes.)

Pundits and political strategists on the right side of American politics have always been much better at the art of twisting English for purposes of propaganda than those on the left – witness the rise of the term “pro-life” (as if anyone is “anti-life”), and laws like the Defense of Marriage Act, which denied federal benefits to same-sex couples.


Egyptian NGO Falls Afoul of Morality Laws. (TimesofIsrael.)

The Egyptian Ministry of Social Solidarity opened an investigation into a non-governmental organization for raising awareness of sexually transmitted diseases and promoting safe sex among same-sex couples. A private citizen filed a complaint against the organization — which was not named — for violating an Egyptian ban on NGO activity that is “threatening national unity, violating public order or morality.”


Faith Schools Fear: Union Says Gay Relationships Must Be Positively Portrayed. (blazingcatfur.)

Wow, there’s a mouthful of headline. Pat Davidson would read that with a perfectly straight face.

The National Union of Teachers has called for a ‘positive portrayal of same sex relationships’ in lessons to be made ‘compulsory’ under the next government.


African Man Burned Alive for Being Gay. Graphic. (Springboard.)

No comment.


End Controversy by Deporting Everyone Over 50: Liberal Analyst. (cnsnews.)

No comment. Again.


Same Sex Marriage in the U.S. Map. (CNN.)

Might want to check back in a few years. The house is indivisible, but you could end up with two nations under one roof. It’s kind of been that way for a while, hasn’t it?


This is theoretically the top story: Supporters Raise $840,000 for Anti-Gay Bakery. Or whatever. (GuidetotheMadness.)

No comment.


Handful of Native Tribes Do Not Recognize Gay Marriage. (SaltLakeTribune.)

Hmn. I wonder which tribes they are. ‘Cause I was thinking of joining the Hiakawas.


What Does the Bible Say About Gay Marriage? (GotQuestionsOrg.)

Yeah, fuck. Somebody please kill me. Although I have to admit, that’s an unrelated matter pertaining to the basic nihilism inherent within the structure of modern social models.

Or something like that.


Harold C. Jones is on Kobo.

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