Category Archives: Gay Rights

Who Is Thinking With A (Tastelessly Refurbed) Banister?

But who gets to say when an “‘Eich-like’ person (as opposed to the person Brendan Eich) becomes an ‘Eichmann-like’ person? (Do you think I exaggerate—then please read on to the World War II historical part of this post.) Continue reading

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The kids of people who see gay people as sinful or damaged or disordered and unworthy of full civil equality—even if those people strive to express their bigotry in the politest possible way (at least when they happen to be addressing a gay person)—learn to see gay people as sinful, damaged, disordered, and unworthy. Continue reading

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Surviving Bullies: Joel Speaks

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