What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.
11 random science facts that could explain how genetics can affect sexual orientation.
Everybody is identical in their secret unspoken belief that way deep down they are different from everyone else.
The attention given the story of Mr. Eich is astounding — every newspaper, television show, blog, or website I can think of has covered the story in some fashion. Even Bill Maher blamed the “gay mafia” for the “whacking” of Eich. The narrative (as happened with Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson) has turned to “He was fired for his beliefs!” and “He's being persecuted over the way he voted!” Firstly, neither is true — Eich resigned and the uproar was over his funding of a law that stripped civil rights from a group of human beings. Finally, it was not the “gay mafia” that did the “whacking,” it was employees, board members and customers of Mozilla that spoke out — not a single LGBT org that I saw, ever spoke out about the issue.
What astounds me the most however, is the insane amount of coverage of this story. One straight Mormon guy decides to quit his job because the free market demands it and there is widespread news. Whereas people get fired for being LGBT in this country on a regular basis and there’s hardly a peep; oh yeah — and it’s legal in most states.
Tolerance of intolerance is cowardice.
Is Mike Huckabee asshole of the day for blaming his homophobia on God?
Mike Huckabee: “Yes, we…