1. Here's five things to look for in the oral arguments on same-sex marriage at the Supreme Court on Tuesday.2. “I am shaken to my bones by the emails, texts, postings and phone calls of the past few days. ...
It's rare that a church service begins with an announcement asking worshipers for nominations for an upcoming drag show. But not many are like Saint Mark United Methodist Church.
A brief history of blaming the gays
“I’m very gay, but I love women. I’m not attracted to men in any way. … But yes I am gay, I’m so happy. I’m a gay, heterosexual male. … I got major love for the gay and lesbian community, and I just want to push less separation.”
—Rapper Lil B on why he is titling his next album “I’m Gay,” despite negative reaction and even threats from fans. (MTV News, April 21)
“I’m sure other people in the business have considered reasons why they’re doing what they’re doing, but I do think that if you’re gay you have a responsibility to come out.”
—MSNBC news show host Rachel Maddow, on other television news anchors who are rumored to be gay but are not open about it. (The Guardian, April 25)
You know you've done something right if you get Christian televangelist Pat Robertson in a tizzy. Last night on the Christian Broadcast Network's “The 700 Club,” Robertson blasted the recent decision by law firm King & Spalding to not represent the United States House of Representatives in the ongoing legal battles over the Defense of Marriage Act.
Robertson encouraged his viewers who do business with the law firm to have a “long re-examination of your association.”
“It is a law that corresponds to the belief of the majority of the American people,” Robertson said. I guess he hasn't seen new polling data that suggests otherwise.
Anyway, check out a clip below for the crazy (courtesy of RightWingWatch.org):