Anti-gay laws

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In the Spirit of the 2014 Winter Games…

by JESS HARRINGTON jessharrington.com/@jeharrington

Goodbye, Columbus

by JOE DELMONACO In 2013 Ohio hosted 22 marriage events at its Statehouse in Columbus. Not one of them was for a same-sex couple. The state charged couples $3,500 for a wedding and $8000 for a wedding-reception combination – catering not included – and has been doing so since 2006 when the Ohio Square Review … Continue reading

Dick Pound Weighs in on Sochi

by JOE DELMONACO Dick Pound, Canadian member of the International Olympic Committee says that Russia’s anti-gay, “anti-propaganda” law isn’t nearly as bad as laws in other countries such as Malaysia or Nigeria where you might be put to death. He told Metro that he thinks the media’s heightened interest in potential terrorist activities at the … Continue reading

Daily Caller – Homophobia (And a Smile)?

by JOE DELMONACO Calling the response among some LGBT activists “apopleptic,” Tucker Carlson’s The Daily Caller on Monday posted its own reaction to problems with Coca-Cola’s promotional tool launched as part of the company’s sponsorship of the Sochi Olympics. ┬áThe tool, which was intended to allow users to “Share a Coke” by entering names to … Continue reading

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