LGBT Fast Friday News 7/13/12

I was away last week and upon returning, found myself too busy to post.  I trust you will forgive me, faithful readers.  Here it is, Friday the 13th (for the superstitious among us) and the weekend is about to begin.  In the meantime, enjoy the Fast Friday offerings.

Anti-Gay Group Plans Google Boycott: ‘This Is Going To Be A Tough One’  [Think Progress]

Lesbian Couple Kicked Out of Kentucky Park, Calls for New LGBT Anti-Discrimination Oridinance   [Family Equality Council]

Bryan Fischer: The Real Haters Are Gay Rights Supporters   [On Top Magazine]

NOM Defends Kirk Cameron’s Condemnations Of Homosexuality [Includes video]

In Sleepy Minnesota Suburbs, Church Ladies Launch Gay Marriage Crusade [Believe Out Loud]

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4 comments on “LGBT Fast Friday News 7/13/12

  1. danielwalldammit says:

    Fischer is a special kind of malicious. Unfortunately, so many Christians seem to think confuse that with love and wisdom.

  2. Louis C. Schneider, Esq. says:

    Your blog post on same sex divorce is interesting. I had recent success with a gay married couple in Las Vegas being granted a divorce. Nevada has only six weeks of residency for divorce jurisdiction.

    • Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. says:

      Thanks for that information. I’m sure same-sex couples in your state will be pleased to hear that the residency period for divorce is so short. Thanks for reading!

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