When gay activism gets really, really racist

Sep 13, 2014 by

By Ryan Bomberger, LifeSite: Being shocking is nothing new for gay activism. For a victim-based industry, that is always trying to ride on the bloodstained coattails of the Civil Rights movement, it regularly manages to be the aggressive oppressor. Now, in a vile attempt to cash in on the racial unrest in Ferguson and the tragic death of Michael Brown, gay activist company FCKH8.com releases a video exploiting black children who are supposedly from Ferguson. Accusing all white people of being...

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First gay clergy member to marry in UK sues Church of England after sacking

Sep 9, 2014 by

By Joseph Patrick McCormick, Pink News: The first gay clergy to marry in the UK, who was later sacked for doing so, has begun legal proceedings against the Church of England. Canon Jeremy Pemberton, 58, formerly a hospital chaplain, was the first member of the clergy to enter into a same-sex marriage, when he wed his partner Laurence Cunnington in April. His marriage defied a decision by the House of Bishops, which has banned gay clergy from marrying, and he later had his permission to...

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When homophobia becomes an offence under the Clergy Discipline Measure…

Sep 9, 2014 by

By Julian Mann, Cranmer’s Curate: Changing the Script calls on Church of England Bishops to enforce new Synod anti-homophobia measure (Media Office, September 9th, 2020) Following the overwhelming vote in July by the General Synod of the Church of England to make homophobia by clergy a disciplinary offence, the Trustees of Changing the Script have written to every Diocesan Bishop calling on them to properly enforce the new measure. Canon Sir Cardew Cool CBE, director of Changing the...

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A major victory

Sep 9, 2014 by

By Brian Brown, NOM: Earlier this week, a federal district judge in Louisiana issued a key decision finding that the marriage amendment passed in 2004 by 78% of the voters of that state does not run afoul of the U.S. Constitution’s guarantees of Equal Protection and Due Process. Accordingly, Judge Feldman ruled against the several plaintiffs’ claims that the amendment is unconstitutional. This is a major victory for marriage that should be celebrated. Of course, if you’ve...

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Anglican Mainstream: A response to Changing Attitude’s letter to the College of Bishops

Sep 8, 2014 by

By Andrew Symes: The Christian Church as a whole, a body of which the Church of England is one branch, has held a consistent position with regard to sexual ethics over the past two millennia, with a remarkable degree of unanimity. That is, marriage is defined as an exclusive, permanent union between one man and one woman, and that sexual activity outside this union cannot be considered holy. The Church has always sought to uphold this principle while at the same time applying appropriate...

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Equalities minister Nicky Morgan urges football clubs to support rainbow laces

Sep 7, 2014 by

From Pink News: Minister for Women and Equalities Nicky Morgan has said urged football clubs to show their support for Stonewall’s rainbow laces campaign. Rainbow laces were sent to all Premier League footballers, and every professional team in the UK as part of the campaign. The campaign by Stonewall, Paddy Power and the Gay Football Supporters’ Network, is also backed by the Premier League, out German footballer Thomas Hitzlsperger,Arsenal and Man City Women and Equalities Minister Nicky...

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