Tag Archives: gay rights

Christian school earns right to expell lesbians

A California kangaroo court has ruled that a private Catholic school is well within its rights to expel anyone it “believes” is lesbian. By some quirky loophole, the school isn’t part of the California civil rights package which I guess … Continue reading

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Lesbians are still women, not a different species

Yet a doctor in Winnipeg has claimed she doesn’t know how to treat lesbians. Andrea Markowski said she and her partner of 18 years made an appointment with Dr. Kamelia Elias after they heard she was accepting new patients. She … Continue reading

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Love and marriage beyond horse and carriage

The Radula has a good post today (like always) about what exactly marriage is: Many states do not have any legal compunction to recognize marriages made outside the state. You could be a woman married to a man for 50 … Continue reading

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If you’re against gay-marriage, you might be against thinking with your brain

This quote kills me. “In the minds of many people, Proposition 8 is the most important thing nationally on the ballot,” said Tony Perkins, president of the Washington-based Family Research Council, which supports the measure. “We have survived bad presidents. … Continue reading

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