Depressing Anti-LGBT News
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This we’re dedicating two solid hours to anti-LGBT news from around the world highlighting states like Florida, Indiana, Georgia, Texas and Kentucky.
The Kentucky Senate approved a controversial bill Friday that would limit transgender students to school bathrooms that match their biological sex or to accommodations such as unisex bathrooms. The Republican-led Senate sent Senate Bill 76 to the House on a 27-9 vote, but House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, indicated that the measure won’t win House approval.
bill in the Florida House that could send a person to jail for a year for using the wrong bathroom will never make it out of the Senate; that’s according to one Central Florida senator. House Bill 583 would make it a first-degree misdemeanor for a person of one sex to enter into a single-sex facility designated for a person of the opposite sex.
Following the footsteps of Arkansas, Kansas and maybe even Texas, a Georgia state senate committee has passed a resolution allowing for the wanton discrimination of its LGBT taxpaying citizens.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana state Senate on Tuesday approved a bill designed to allow private businesses, individuals and organizations to refuse services for same-sex weddings because of religious beliefs. The measure, SB 101, was approved by a vote of 40-10, and now heads to the House.
Texas State Rep. Debbie Riddle (R) has introduced two new bills that seek to criminalize the use of bathrooms by transgender people. Not only could trans people face jail time and fines for using gender-segregated facilities that match their gender, so too could businesses who make their facilities open to trans patrons.
Appearing on Sandy Rios In The Morning today, anti-gay activist/gay erotic novelist Robert Oscar Lopez criticized marriage equality advocates for their role in passing a same-sex marriage law in Hawaii, which he said is uniquely offensive because it reminds Hawaii’s large Asian-American community of post-war human trafficking.
The most effective, and I would argue the only, way to stop the homosexual political agenda is to direct discussions to a topic that homosexuals have successfully protected from public debate; whether people are “born gay.” Many believe people are “born gay” – that there is some organic basis for homosexuality. Most people who believe this would not deny homosexuals “equal rights” – including marital rights – simply because of an accident of birth. Such people support homosexual objectives out of compassion; but this compassion too often has overridden their own theological beliefs and the time-tested Judeo-Christian principles upon which our country was founded.
The Bible’s condemnation of homosexuality is as clear and plain as the Bible’s condemnation of murder, adultery, premarital sex, kidnapping, lying and idolatry. Further, for me to openly condemn homosexuality theologically makes me no more a “gay basher” than I am an “adultery basher”, “premarital sex basher”, “kidnapper basher” or a “murderer basher”. If you disagree, your argument is with God’s Bible.
A Christian activist in California has filed a proposed ballot measure to create a ‘Sodomite Suppression Act’ that would punish homosexuality with death. The measure was filed with the California Attorney General’s office by a man identified as Matt McLaughlin.
In 1973, dozens of people were trapped inside a New Orleans gay bar as it burned down, most of them dying trying to escape. Both a new book and a new film tackled the tragedy recently, and the former has just been given top honors. The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities has chosen the amazing LGBT true crime history tome, The Up Stairs Lounge Arson: Thirty-two Deaths in a New Orleans Gay Bar June 24, 1973, by Clayton Delery-Edward, as the 2015 Book of the Year.