Thursday, July 30, 2015

The Daily Shows Nails The Hypocrisy Of "LGBT Persecution Of Christians"



We're sure going to miss Jon Stewart on The Daily Show! Hopefully the program will continue to produce amazing segments like this one!

Is it just me, or does the Reverend in this video set off your Gaydar to "super-repressed" too?

Via TowleRoad:

In a segment that would have made Samantha Bee proudDaily Show corespondent Jordan Klepper traveled to Eureka Springs, Arkansas to witness the debaucherous aftermath of the town’s vote in May to approve an LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance.
In the eyes of local pastor Randall Christy, his town has become a lot more gay and a lot less Christian friendly…he just doesn’t know how exactly.

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Black Preacher Gives THE BEST Sermon On Gay Rights!



Pastor E. Dewey Smith of the House of Hope, Greater Travelers Rest church in Decatur  gave an AMAZING sermon about the hypocrisy of black churches that condemn the LGBT community. This video is a thing of beauty.  Watch and share! 


Thursday, July 16, 2015

Breaking!: EEOC Rules That Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation Already Illegal!



FABULOUS!! The EEOC has realized that announcing your gay marriage and then getting fired for being gay is kinda stupid. Let's see what the haters have to say.

Via BuzzFeed:

The independent commission addressed the question of whether the ban on sex discrimination in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 bars anti-LGB discrimination in a complaint brought by a Florida-based air traffic control specialist against Transportation Sec. Anthony Foxx.
The ruling — issued without objection from any members of the five-person commission — applies to federal employees’ claims directly, but it also applies to the entire EEOC, which includes its offices across the nation that take and investigate claims of discrimination in private employment. And, while only the Supreme Court could issue a definitive ruling on the interpretation, EEOC decisions are given significant deference by federal courts.