Log Cabin Republicans Calls for “Moonshine Summit” with Duck Dynasty Family
Washington, D.C. , Dec. 20, 2013 —
Following the fallout from a recent interview in which Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson criticized gay Americans while citing his religious beliefs, and the Robertson family’s subsequent statement suggesting his suspension from the show could end their relationship with A&E.
The LGBT Log Cabin Republicans has suggested mediating the dispute with a “Moonshine Summit.”
New Mexico Supreme Court Issues Landmark Marriage Equality Ruling for Same-Sex Couples
SANTA FE, N.M., Dec. 19 —
The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled today in a unanimous decision that the state constitution requires that same-sex couples must be treated equally under the law and have the same fundamental right to marry as other couples.
The court ruled that the New Mexico Constitution require the state to allow same-sex couples to marry and that county clerks must issue marriage licenses to otherwise qualified same-sex couples and that the state must respect the marriages of all same-sex couples, including those who married before today’s decision.
Desert Days, a Serialized Novel, Chapter 4
By Rocco Sargent
The following chapter of the serial novel, Desert Days, is R-rated and not appropriate for the young or impressionable. For an even more explicit, X-rated version, buy the latest batch of chapters on Amazon for your Kindle Reader.
Chapter 3 Recap: Rick heads over to the pub hoping to meet up with Jason -- who is otherwise occupied. Rick strikes up a conversation with Fergus, the pub owner. Rick is taken with Fergus’s Irish accent, sense of humor, and meaty arms.
Pennsylvania Governor Backs LGBT Non-discrimination Protections
by Jen Colletta, Philadelphia Gay News
The Republican governor of Pennsylvania announced Wednesday, Dec. 18, that he supports the long-stalled effort to instate nondiscrimination protections for LGBT Pennsylvanians.
In an interview with the Inquirer this week, Gov. Tom Corbett said he is coming out in support of HB 300 — which would amend the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act to add sexual orientation and gender identity as classes protected from discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations — after learning the federal government did not offer such protections.
Read more here: Pennsylvania Governor Backs LGBT Non-discrimination
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