Monthly Archives: October 2010

The downfall of this country?

Excuse me, KETK-NBC; your privilege is showing: “What do you think; the acceptance of homosexuality, pushed hard by the gay activists: will it be the downfall of this country?” Of all the comments, I’d like to discuss these few: One caller … Continue reading

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Transgender Law Center Investigating Offensive Letter from DMV Employee

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 27, 2010   Transgender Law Center Investigating Offensive Letter from DMV Employee CONTACT: Kristina Wertz Legal Director, Transgender Law Center 415-545-8521 kristina@transgenderlawcenter.org San Francisco – The Transgender Law Center is outraged that a California Department of … Continue reading

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Tell Clint McCance His Stance Is Uncceptable

WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT Trigger Warning: Discusses Suicide, Anti-Gay Slurs, Religious Homophobia, Being Disowned by Family, “Sin,” AIDS Would you want your school system telling your child they deserve(d) to die? Well, that’s exactly what Clint McCance (Arkansas School Board Member) is … Continue reading

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Thank you, President Obama!

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I Love My Hair / Whip My Hair

Watch these two carefully… They came out around the same time and have some interesting similarities.  Anyway, great songs for kids!

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Race Matters

In case anyone was still wondering if race matters [in immigration law]: Florida’s SB 1070: All Immigrants Must Carry Papers, Except Canadians and Europeans Florida’s SB 1070-Copycat Tells Cops Not to Profile Canadians What is racial profiling? – Here’s what … Continue reading

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Equality(?)

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