Archive for November 2009

Mormons Back Gay Rights in Salt Lake City . . . Sorta

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints supported two proposed Salt Lake City ordinances protecting gay and lesbian residents from housing and employment discrimination, but only because the law does not “do violence to the institution of marriage.”

Umm, what?

It seems this particular group of Mormons are willing to protect the rights of LGBT people – as long as they don’t plan on asking for gay marriage rights. What happens if Utah residents pass pro gay marriage laws? Will these Mormons no longer protect the LGBT community from housing and employment discrimination?

Daily Tweet Digest

What I Posted on Twitter Yesterday:

  • 11:14 @JaySays writes: What I Learned from The Austin Marriage Equality Rally – bit.ly/2aGGpC #
  • 11:17 Leader in Maine anti gay marriage campaign claims a gay guy threatened him: bit.ly/4sd3DF less than 5 seconds ago #
  • 11:18 Gay marriage supporters rally after defeat – bit.ly/4lJkSP #
  • 11:20 Gay Marriage Bill Faces Uncertain Fate in Albany – bit.ly/1QRcxX #
  • 11:21 Health Care Bill Recognizes Gay Families – bit.ly/43A8Ox #
  • 11:56 Michigan Wal-Mart bans gay couple for life – bit.ly/18VIv0 #
  • 11:59 Black, Gay . . . and Invisible – bit.ly/2mngbP #
  • 12:08 Miley Cyrus Slams Gay Fans Using Homophobic Slang During KY Concert – bit.ly/ShHL3 #
  • 14:04 Remember Your First Date; Couples Who Look Alike; Lesbian-Themed Books bit.ly/3Jo9AH #
  • 21:32 Happy birthday @KateClinton. #

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