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September 19, 1992 | BETTINA BOXALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A son of conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly has publicly revealed that he is homosexual, while at the same time defending his mother's political views and the Republican Party's "family values" campaign theme. "The family values movement is not anti-gay," said John F. Schlafly, a 41-year-old attorney who lives with his parents in Alton, Ill., and counts among his clients the Eagle Forum, the conservative group founded by his mother. "These people are not anti-gay.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 2009 | Maria L. LaGanga
God was in the eye of the beholder Thursday morning at the San Francisco Civic Center Plaza, where hundreds of spectators gathered to watch the California Supreme Court on a massive outdoor TV screen and wrangle over the sanctity of marriage. The occasion: Attorneys from both sides of the gay-marriage debate were arguing the merits -- or demerits -- of Proposition 8, the November ballot measure that banned same-sex marriage in California.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 1, 1998 | Bruce Newman, Bruce Newman writes regularly for Calendar
They are the Cartwrights of the Me Generation--Ben, Hoss and Little Joe on their blond-wood, urban Ponderosa--Oedipal cowboys for a nervous age. They are sophisticated and intelligent, pompous and snooty, highbrow, low-cal, nonfat, half-caf stuffed shirts. Custom-made shirts.
NATIONAL
December 12, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A march that brought thousands of people to the Atlanta grave site of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. also drew a few dozen protesters who said organizers were using the slain civil rights leader's legacy to promote an anti-gay marriage agenda. The march's organizer, Bishop Eddie Long, said his followers "did not come in a march of hatred." The first goal of the march listed on his church's website was to promote a constitutional amendment to protect marriage "between one man and one woman."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 28, 2001
My family and I were truly offended by Steve Lopez's Nov. 23 column. Not only does he insult the Salvation Army, which is standing up for its principles while helping thousands of needy people, but he also insults all Christians by joking that Jesus Christ might have been gay. We are not involved with the Salvation Army in any way, but we believe it has the right to run its organization in a manner consistent with its Christian philosophy. We also feel it denigrates your newspaper to allow a columnist with a pro-gay agenda to spew such anti-Christian venom at its readers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1993
We live in a time of plague such as has never been visited on our nation. We can pretend it does not exist, or exists for others, and carry on as if we do not know. But we do. We know that AIDS is spread by several different methods. We also know that a cure is not in sight and may never be. What most people do not know is that the gay agenda is running rampant in the hierarchy of Ventura County government and organizations. It has even spread into the churches. We have the potential to slow down the AIDS epidemic by speaking out against a recent request by the Affirmative Action Commission that our county Board of Supervisors consider same-sex marriages as legal, something that will only cost taxpayers more of their hard-earned money.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 22, 2008 | From the Washington Post
WASHINGTON -- A children's book about two male penguins that hatch and parent a chick was pulled from library shelves in Loudoun County, Va., elementary schools this month after a parent complained that it promoted a gay agenda. The decision by Supt. Edgar B. Hatrick III led many parents and gay rights advocates to rush to the penguins' defense. Many say the school system should not have allowed one complaint to limit children's literary choices.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 22, 1996 | SANDY MASUO
Rock music has frequently served as a vehicle for social issues, so Extra Fancy's mission to rock its way out of the closet and into the popular culture spotlight isn't surprising. Yet the rock arena has traditionally been a boys' club that excludes gays. Extra Fancy's strategy is to tackle straight-up rock 'n' roll with an aggressively gay agenda--as the Los Angeles quartet did to the best of its ability at Spaceland on Friday night.
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