The way the administration at Rutgers University handed the video showing extensive use of homophobic epithets shows a school in deep denial about a pervasive problem.
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When the Human Rights Campaign decided to honor investment banking giant Goldman Sachs & make its chair a spokesperson for gay marriage, activists protested the firm’s ruthless banking practices. But any corporation on our side deserves credit.
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One thing we’ve learned from the farce known as a race to the GOP presidential nomination: the more a candidate blathers about morality, the more of a cheating scum he is . The race has thus turned into a remake of ’The Women.’
There’s a story - apocryphal, I’m sure - that at a dinner party many years ago, someone asked an editor at the New York Times why the paper had a bureau in Nairobi but not in the Bronx. "Because," he dryly replied, "we have readers in Nairobi."
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld may have been facetious when he proposed a gay bar next to the proposed mosque in Lower Manhattan, but it’s actually a great idea!
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The author’s response to the unanimous outpouring of derision for his ridiculous assertion that out-gay actors aren’t believable in straight roles has only cemented the opinion that he is in way over his head.
Problems like systemic child abuse will never go away from the Roman Catholic Church, because the theological foundations of the church themselves condone and abet such behavior.