anti-gay

Cyber Attacks Are Attacks On Free Speech

Earlier this morning I wrote a commentary piece on my LGBT commentary blog about the cyber attack on the popular LGBT news and opinion website, Bilerico Project, which occurred this past Thursday.

While this was the subject of reports in the LGBT press, of course it has not been reported in the mainstream press.

Why should you who are not part of the LGBT community care ?

Because this is an attack on what we Americans hold dear as one of our Rights.

Freedom of Speech.

AMERICAN FAMILY ASSOCIATION UPSET OVER PEPSI AD

The anti-gay extremist religious group American Family Association is all bothered over a Pepsi ad because in addition to showing lovely ladies eyeing a hunk walking down a sidewalk (plus a chichauha, they apparently don't have a problem with bestiality) a man eyes the hunk and starts to follow him.
 
And of course they have started a write-in campaign on the AFA website and call to boycott Pepsi. AFA is very nice enough to point out what Pepsi has done for the LGBT community as follows ....
 

    DON'T DRESS SO GAY OR WEAR JEWELRY

    That's just one of the things that Brian Dugger was told when he worked for the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

    Dugger seeks at least $1.9 million in punitive damages; $650,000 in general and special damages (lost wages and benefits, emotional distress); as well as statutory damages and a declaration that TBN is subject to the Fair Employment and Housing Act.

    If they didn't have gays to bash who would they write about ?

    Well the past couple of days have been worthwhile for a couple of gay bashing writers.

    First we have the defeat of workplace protection based on sexual orientation in Idaho or as Bryan Fischer wrote on the website Renew America under the headline Gay rights suffers well-deserved defeat in Idaho:

    WHAT IF YOU CALLED THE CAVALRY AND NOBODY CAME

    UPDATE: 2/22/08 at LGBT Rainbow Links Newscenter

     

    Well, it's getting on mid-afternoon, I feel like I've been run over by a Mack Truck and it's snowing to add insult to injury.

    Aside from all that, it's turning out to be a perfect day, just like General Custer had while waiting for the Cavalry.