Tag Archives: equality before the law

Why are some gay people against a country with gay rights? Or: Why I’m offended by certain LGBT groups

Imagine a country which has enacted an anti-discrimination law that protects LGBT people from discrimination in employment/the workforce (including being able to openly serve in the armed forces) and where the supreme court ruled in favour of same-sex couples on … Continue reading

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All the best, Ellen and Nicole!

Ellen & Nicole have not only surprised but surprised everyone – with the exception of ┬átheir parents; the two of them have gotten married* (with only their immediate families as guests) and have told everyone else afterwards. Though nevertheless I … Continue reading

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