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The singer, 31, opposes gay marriage and sources say her management team is desperate to keep her views under wraps despite a recent slip-up. Britney has worked with and danced with a LOT of gays over the years, a source told American tabloid the
And now, she's in the crosshairs with gay fans again for saying a homophobic preacher is her favorite author . Spears made the confession during a recent Twitter Q and A to promote her new album, Britney Jean...Lucado, no relation to Spears'
It looks like Chris Brown is walking away from yet-again another assault without much sticking to him. This proves the angry suspicion that "Breezy" is truly above the law as much as he believes. After he allegedly assaulted a man
Suggested Topics The former Archbishop of Canterbury has said a person of the Christian faith can be considered a homophobic, misogynistic reactionary by others in society today. Rowan Williams said people of the Christian faith can at times face
Jackson, who claims to know better than the Pope on gays , has also made the outlandish claim that his past homophobic comments have been taken 'completely out of context' and defended his remarks in a debate on Tuesday, explaining that he only uses
The European Union (EU) and its member-states are failing to tackle homophobic and transphobic hate crimes and to protect all individuals from discrimination, harassment and violence, Amnesty International said in a report published today.
A FOX Sports Southwest commentator was reportedly fired for making some pretty awful anti-gay comments ... the wrinkle is that he hurled the homophobic remarks long before he was hired. Craig James -- a star at SMU and a former member of the New
Echoing a 21 July statement by la Ministre Deleguee aupres du Premier Ministre Chargee des Droits Humains et de la Lutte Contre la Pauvrete Extreme, the UN community in Haiti reiterated that "tolerance, love, solidarity, serenity, and the respect for
Such rapid progress is almost certain to prompt a verbal backlash by opponents of equality. However, one recent comment made by ultra-conservative and vocally-homophobic radio host Sandy Rios proved to be a bit more ominous than usual: "I would not
At the launch of a United Nations’ "Free & Equal" campaign to promote fair treatment of LGBT persons in July, famed anti-apartheid Anglican cleric, Desmond Tutu said he did not support a “homophobic God”