Thursday, May 24, 2012

The Wrap-Up: May 24, 2012

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell is gone on record as supporting marriage equality under the law.

Powell was a busy man yesterday, also taking time out to criticize the foreign policy team of Mitt Romney.

While the President of Malawi tries to curb homophobic laws in the nation, she is facing opposition from the usual suspects.

The pastor who talked about punching kids who might be gay rebuked the pastor who talked about putting gays in concentration camps. Seriously, what is wrong with the so-called Christians?

Speaking of Pastor Worley, many of his parishioners agree with his statement, thus showing how the lot of them have a very poor understanding (if it can so be called) of the Bible.

The Vatican looks like it is no longer able to hold the Catholic Church together on (read: against) LGBT issues here and abroad.

Today in GOP hypocrisy, they are all in a huff because President Obama did something once that George W. Bush did three times.

The landscape of the National Football League maybe a bit less homophobic than most would think, and that's definitely a good thing.

Rep. Steve Rothman (D-NJ) has introduced a Juror Non-Discrimination Act so that jurors will not be discriminated against based on sexual orientation (similar law exists for race and gender based discrimination).

And lastly, Anderson Cooper tells a woman how bad of a mother she is (P.S. he was absolutely correct.

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