Wednesday, November 2, 2011

The Wrap-Up: November 2, 2011

Herman Cain really is the gift that keeps on giving.

Speaking of Mister Cain, it seems as if this whole ordeal is starting to get to him.

All of the suicides that have resulted from anti-gay bullying are undoubtedly tragic. What good there is is that people in positions of visibility and power have come out as a result. The latest is this California assemblywoman.

There have been many reparative therapy techniques (all unsuccessful) over the years from the stupid to the damaging.

Not all people of faith are homophobes, and some of them choose to speak out FOR gay people.

Those "Stop SB 48" (California's Fair Education bill) folks are back.

I really like Elephants (maybe it's from watching Babar as a kid), so this makes me sad to hear.

Some woman is claiming Justin Bieber is the father of her child. If this ends up being true (doubtful), she needs better taste in men. For every Ryan Reynolds Canada gives us, they give us at least one Bieber.

Remember that lesbian couple that won Homecoming? We should have seen THIS coming down the pike.

Burke Burnett (before)
A third arrest has been made in the Texas beating of Burke Burnett.

The American Bar Association has officially endorsed the repeal of DoMA, meaning I have to hate lawyers a little less (but only a little).

And lastly, I wanted to remind everyone that Election day is coming up this Tuesday (November 8) so make sure you get out to the polls. If you don't vote, you can't complain. For those here in Virginia, check this out.

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