Matthew Shepard, a homosexual college boy from the University of Wyoming, with passion for social sciences, was brutally tortured at a very isolated place by two anti-gay bigots. One of those bigots later revealed in court that apparently the main reason why they severely beat him and tied him up to a fence at that place was because Matt was reaching for his dick. Continue reading
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The same-sex marriage question in Washington, D.C. has reached new challenges, this time more awkward ones. I am reminding you first that in the beginning of December, the City Council of D.C. passed a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in the District. As expected, Mayor Adrian Fenty (D) signed the bill into law. It is now expected that the bill will become a law on March 3 despite U.S. Representative Jason Chaffetz (R – Utah) formal disapproval resolution filed during the 30-day period that Congress has to act on bills passed by the Washington D.C. City Council. Continue reading
On December 15, the City Council of Washington D.C. approved a bill that, if enacted into law will legalize same-sex marriage in the district by a 11-2 margin. Yesterday, the Mayor signed the bill, and will be reviewed by Congress for a 30-day period but as noted by CNN and other mainstream media, the status quo in Congress makes it unlikely for it to block its path to becoming a law. Continue reading
Four states in the U.S. have legalized gay marriage so far. If it wasn’t for Proposition 8 in California, they would be five. At least two other states, New York and New Jersey, are expected to legalize the rights of homosexual couples to marry, and I can’t see what’s wrong with that.
Evangelical megapastor Rick Warren is going to give the inaugural invocation of President-elect Barack Obama. That enraged the gay society in the United States. Meanwhile he has started to consider appointing Bill White, president of the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York and the first openly gay chief of a military branch, as Navy Secretary. Jessica Bennett and Daniel Stone from Newsweek kindly gave us that information as concisely as possible.