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Morning Gaelickers! Let’s start this morning with some postive news from wait for it, the Daily Fail! I know! We posted this story yesterday on our Facebook
page. New York’s lesbian political power couple unveil wedding invitations (but won’t reveal the details of the dresses)
The ABC Show What Would You Do? isn’t shy about tackling trans issues, and another one they took on recently was a trans teen trying to explain at a restaurant to his disapproving mother that he needed to be a girl.
Darnell “dynasty” Young: I was walking to my classroom, and before I was walking to my classroom, six guys came up to me calling me F word, B word, and called me derogatory names about my sexuality and I pulled my taser out. They was coming towards me, trying to jump me and I pulled my taser out hit it and then they backed up a little bit and I went back to my classroom.
After all, heterosexual marriages don’t require the partners to sincerely be loving and committed to each other. That is one reason half of all marriages end in divorce.
A lesbian kiss which featured on an episode of Coronation Street last year did not breach broadcasting standards, the Broadcasting Standards Authority has ruled.
The long-running British show aired a smooch between characters Sophie Webster and her friend Sian Powers last year.
Seriously, who could complain about those kisses? Those two were the cutest lesbian couple.
With the dust settling after the French Election, GayStarNews reports François Hollande expected to legalise gay marriage
The recently elected President of France François Hollande is expected to legalise gay marriage and adoption by same-sex couples by early next year.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan endorsed same-sex marriage Monday, following Vice President Joe Biden’s comments Sunday saying that he’s “comfortable” with gay marriage.
Ron Brown, Anti-Gay Football Coach: I’d Tolerate An Openly Gay Player, But Won’t Support Lifestyle
“As a follower of Jesus Christ, and a UNL employee for twenty-two years, I haven’t, nor will I violate this policy,” he said. “Not all of my players have agreed with the Bible’s views. One example, of many, would be those choosing heterosexual sex outside of marriage. Though the Bible teaches this as sin, I haven’t penalized them with playing time or discrimination of any sort.”
Ah the bible, we haven’t heard that quoted in , oh about a week
Finally, we wish the best of luck to our female boxers in the World Championships in Qinhuangdao, China tomorrow. Katie Taylor, Sinead Kavanagh and Ceire Smith flew out on Thursday last to represent Ireland at the Championships The Championship runs from May 9th to May 20th.