Tag Archives: homophobia

Friday Feminism – Abortion & Reproductive Rights, Good Cop/Bad Cop and LGBTQ

Abortion & Reproductive Rights ♀ I thought I saw all the Planned Parenthood sting footage. Turns out the tapes were edited. ♀ Even If You Haven’t Had an Abortion, You Owe Planned Parenthood ♀ Abortion foes find new ways to get details about patients, doctors ♀ Ben Carson employs Cylon logic against women ♀ Ohio Bill Would Ban Abortion Due to Down Syndrome Diagnosis ♀ Conservatives target bust of Planned Parenthood founder – I was surprised that conservatives could be this petty and mean-spirited. – Read the full article

Tea Party Nation Leader Has Epic Meltdown Over Anti-Gay Bill Veto In Arizona

Editor’s note: Normally, I wouldn’t give teabaggers this much print space, but this bagger’s comments are outrageous and dangerous and should be exposed. Tea Party Nation Leader Has Epic Meltdown Over Anti-Gay Bill Veto In Arizona (via Americans Against The Tea Party) After Arizona governor Jan Brewer (R) vetoed SB 1062 on Wednesday the the right flew into a rage and no one was more outraged than Judson Phillips, founder of Tea Party Nation, the only Tea Party group listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a… – Read the full article

Today’s Stupid Conservative Quotes

Steve King threw the GOP’s minority outreach plan out the window last week when he claimed that for every valedictorian among young, hispanic immigrants there are 100 drug mules. Prominent Republicans, including John Boehner and Eric Cantor, denounced King’s remarks. But King is not backing-down and claims his fellow Republicans support him: My colleagues are standing by me. – Read the full article

The Religious Right to Protest Roger Ebert’s Funeral

The Westboro Baptist “church” is once again proving that the religious right is full of assholes. They had the nerve to release the following statement (from their site “god hates fags”) on the late Roger Ebert and, apparently, they intend to protest his funeral. – Read the full article

We Remember Tucson

I’ll never forget that inspiring scene – Congresswoman Gabby Giffords arriving at the House of Congress to cast her vote on the debt ceiling bill. It seemed that every member of the House, right and left, rose to their feet to applaud and cheer. – Read the full article