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Elementary students taught about multiple genders

Recently, classes in a California elementary school were given a gender diversity lesson that featured single-sex geckos and transgender clownfish, and parents are in an uproar over the content of this in-class presentation. Fox News was allowed to sit in

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Gay Activists: Recruiting children? You bet we are

I usually don’t like to simply cut-and-paste an article from national organizations, but this account from Family Research Council is too telling not to forward on to you. And while it doesn’t directly reference Massachusetts, we all know that homosexual

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Rhode Island seeks to avoid SSM with civil unions

With same-sex “marriage” now dead in Rhode Island for this session, the debate switches to the so-called compromise of same-sex “civil unions.” This solution, of course, is not one that either side of the marriage debate wants, though one side

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Clement refuses to bow to homosexual attacks

After the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) pledged to target the Atlanta-based law firm King & Spalding for representing the Congress in the defense of DOMA, the firm buckled and dropped the case barely a week after House Speaker Boehner hired

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Maryland sends bathroom bill to defeat for year

The Maryland Senate has ended debate for this year on their version of the “bathroom bill,” leaving gay activists “greatly disappointed.” The Senate voted 27-20 to send the bill back to committee for further study, with advocates saying they will

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RI marriage battle turns to alternatives

On Tuesday, Rhode Island lawmakers took up legislation that would provide same-sex couples (and other dependents unable to marry) with many of the benefits of marriage, but stop short of legalizing same-sex “marriage.” A House committee held a hearing on

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Mineau quoted about Bathroom Bill in Boston Globe

In today’s Boston Globe, MFI President Kris Mineau was quoted about the ongoing battle over the “Bathroom Bill”: Kris Mineau of the Massachusetts Family Institute, which opposes the bill, said yesterday that his organization remains concerned about “the privacy, safety,

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Target fighting back against radical group’s protests

After facing months of protests, Target Corporation is fighting back in court against a radical homosexual organization. Canvass for a Cause has been harassing customers outside Target’s San Diego County’s stores after the corporation made a $150,000 donation to a

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Maryland battling “bathroom bill” in legislature

The House of Delegates in Maryland over the weekend voted to approve their version of a “bathroom bill,” sending the bill to the Senate. However, the bill landed in an unusual committee: the Senate rules committee. According to the Baltimore

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