marriage equality

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Let’s Try It: Hilah Cooking Chick-Fil-Gay

Well, now that the Chick-Fil-A brouhaha is dying down, you’re left still craving one of those delicious, fried chicken sandwiches. And probably down a couple friends on Facebook. What’s a hungry liberal to do? Well, we can always pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and head into the kitchen and make a sandwich of our own. And when we put our own sweat, tears and love into it, it just tastes better. Luckily, Hilah Cooking is here to help us out!! Continue reading

Zombie Thomas Jefferson Points Out Hypocrisy in Social Issues Debate

Jim Daly, evangelist and president of Christian shout-group, Focus on the Family, has some thoughts about this whole marriage issue, as you can well imagine. But nothing surprised us more than hearing the words of Thomas Jefferson in relation to Jim’s thoughts on what should constitute marriage and family in this country. So we’ve rolled up our sleeves and said an incantation or two and dragged old Thomas out of the crypt so he can respond in kind. Continue reading

Gay Marriage More Popular With Lesbians

Apparently the data from states where gay marriage is already recognized shows that, when it comes to who’s actually tying the knot, the lesbians are jumping on board at a much higher rate than gay men.

In Connecticut, for example, 3,252 lesbian couples have wed since 2008, when same-sex marriage was legalized, compared with just 2,053 gay guys…

Marital data obtained by The Post show a stark, 3-to-2 ratio of lesbian marriages, compared to all- male unions.

I wonder if in Real rural America we’re on the verge of seeing shotgun gay weddings.

Of Splinters and Glass Houses: Religion and Marriage Equality

So I hear New York State passed some law or something? I woke up this morning to find Crasstalk excitedly celebrating the passage of marriage equality in New York, and deservedly so. (Don’t get too excited though, New York gays. The associated taxes and fees that Albany will inevitably add to applying for a marriage license may cause you to reconsider your feelings on getting married there. You might be able to be legally married now, but it’s still New York after all. Everything is treated as an opportunity to generate new tax revenues.) Continue reading