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If you're a real libertarian, what should matter to you most of all is sexual freedom, all other issues be damned. That's the insulting subtext to Ben Jacobs's October 31 story at The Daily Beast, "Ken Cuccinelli's Libertarian Love Affair." "Can the
The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal of a lower court ruling striking down Virginia's anti-sodomy law. The high court on Monday refused to hear from Virginia state officials who wanted to get the state's ban on oral and anal sex reinstated...
Unfortunately, in hyper-conservative states like Kentucky, the issue refuses to die for an entire decade. Louisiana's unconstitutional law has already been used to target and arrest gay men as recently as last month, despite being rendered
Court of Appeals in Richmond issued a ruling that declared the state of Virginia's Crimes Against Nature Law to be unconstitutional, citing the decision issued by the U.S...The state's blatantly anti-gay attorney general, Ken Cuccinelli, took it upon
Last Saturday, The Baton Rouge Advocate reported that the East Baton Rouge sheriff's office had arrested over a dozen men since 2011 under a law forbidding "unnatural carnal copulation." In each arrest, undercover cops met men in the park,
The Baton Rouge Advocate has published a distressing expose which reveals that gay men have been arrested by police in Louisiana for simply agreeing to consensual sex. The Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office has performed these undercover stings since 2011.
This weekend in Snowmass, CO Justice Antonin Scalia spoke to a gathering of the Utah State Bar Association. The "strict originalist" bemoaned judicial activism and his colleagues treating the Constitution as a "living document" in a speech titled "
Lawrence O'Donnell tore up Virginia attorney general and gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli in last night's 'Rewrite' on The Last Word , demanding that the anti-sodomy, anti-oral sex crusader be asked about his own sex life in upcoming debates. "
The most remarkable thing about the Windsor and Perry decisions is that they were wonderful victories for the gay community but left for another day the real question about the constitutionality of gay marriage bans. Court only spoke about the
Supreme Court has become the most prominent hate group in the country. It's hateful to defame people by falsely accusing them of bigotry. If you want to see how it's done, check out the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has been defaming Christians