Topics :: anti-gay media depictions
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By Sergio N. Candido | Friday Jan 25, 2013
The orange juice you drink in the morning is probably the reason why you’re gay, says radio host and Second Amendment champion Alex Jones.
By Tim Curran | Tuesday Jan 15, 2013
Do they work? Are they still relevant?
By David Perry | Friday Oct 19, 2012
Discussing the inroads made in politics, media, athletics, and the corporate arena, luminaries from across the LGBTQ experience met under one roof in New York City for the third annual StraightTalk Conference on October 12-14.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Apr 12, 2012
Although many are celebrating Mike Wallace’s career after he died at 93 last weekend, some gay activists are rehashing an anti-gay documentary that aired on CBS in the late 60s entitled "The Homosexuals."
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Aug 17, 2011
It may be hard to credit after the flap comic Tracy Morgan’s anti-gay riffs caused earlier this summer, but another comedian has crossed a line and sparked outrage over anti-gay jokes.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Jun 10, 2011
Comic Tracy Morgan apologized for remarks that he made at a Nashville, Tennessee, venue in which he allegedly claimed that homosexuality is a choice and said that he would stab his own son to death if he came out as gay.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Jun 7, 2011
A talk show that has been described as "a Spanish-language version of Jerry Springer" has sparked a push for channels and advertisers to drop the program, and the pressure seems to be working.
By Godfrey Olukya | Tuesday Jan 4, 2011
Uganda’s High Court has ruled that the media should not publish the names and photos of gay Ugandans following a vitriolic campaign in the east African country which urged citizens to hang those featured.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Nov 8, 2010
An anti-gay site says that the "real sin" of Goldman Sachs has less to do with an economy in shambles than with the fact that the financial giant has contributed to safe schools advocacy group GLSEN.
By Godfrey Olukya and Jason Straziuso | Wednesday Oct 20, 2010
The front-page newspaper story featured a list of Uganda’s 100 "top" homosexuals, with a bright yellow banner across it that read: "Hang Them." Alongside their photos were the men’s names and addresses.
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