Enough (some thoughts on Cathy Brennan)

BY QUINNAE MOONGAZER of quinnae.com My approach to Cathy Brennan has long mirrored my approach to Ann Coulter; I generally refuse to dignify their deliberate attempts to cruelly incite. Rising to meet their hate, which is deliberately designed to provoke outrage, feels like a vindication of their strategy; what they desire most is attention, and giving it to…

The gay radicals of the past didn’t want equality: they wanted liberation, and thought marriage was oppression

By Brendan O’Neill of the Telegraph: Some overexcited observers are describing last night’s passing of the gay marriage bill as the glorious endpoint to nearly 50 years of agitation for gay rights. Finally, and courtesy largely of David Cameron, New York City’s Stonewall rioters of 1969 and the daring organisers of Britain’s first-ever Gay Pride parades in the early 1970s…

Human Rights Campaign: Largest LGBT Donors Are Drone Manufacturers

By Hannah Kapp-Klote of Policy Mic: In the 1960s and 1970s, LGBT liberation (what we now call “LGBT equality”) was seen by its advocates as an all-inclusive movement intrinsically bound to other social justice movements: there could be no justice for LGBT people without justice for people of color, women, workers, those in other nations, etc. Accordingly, LGBT activists worked…