Butch Otter files emergency request with the Supreme Court to halt gay weddings in Idaho.
According to the New Yorker, marriage equality is soon to be law in thirty of the fifty states—including, incredibly enough, much of the South.
Sad to say, Stephen Crohn, one of the few people who seem to be inherently immune to HIV, died at the age of 66, of suicide. Dr Bill Paxton, an HIV researcher, was quoted as saying: “I couldn’t infect the CD4 cells. I’d never seen that before.” Link
Five years ago today, Boing Boing published a link to this great (as in crazy) comic book published by then Oklahoma County Commissioner Brent Rinehart, “facing a tough reelection campaign.”
Democrats are now seeking the repeal of the odious 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which, from the name, you would think would increase marriages by forcing people to stay married or enlarging the pool of people who can legally marry, or something, but in fact, paradoxically, defends marriage by reducing the number of people who might, in its absence, otherwise marry.
Protestors at Mormon temples here in LA and elsewhere have basically pushed the church into a siege mentality wherein no one can go into or out of the temple, for their own safety. The irony of this is that in the Mormon religion, only marriages performed in the temple really count. So by denying us […]