by da Tagliare
Evergreen State College in Olympia Washington has an 11 Lane Olympic size swimming pool. The pool and its amenities are used by various groups of the community including grade school and high school students. All females who use the pool share the same women’s locker room. Read more…
I think this would apply in many countries.
by Carolyn Moynihan
You might think that people in Kenya had more to worry about than how men and women annoy one another, but that is what pollsters Ipsos Synovate decided to quiz them on. And the results indicate some serious issues in one of the more developed and stable African countries. Read more…
by Jody Brown, Charlie Butts, and Bob Kellogg
The Sixth Circuit has ruled in favor of Christian graduate student Julea Ward, who almost three years ago was expelled from a university counseling program for her religious beliefs. Read more…
The Irish edition of tabloid news magazine The Sun recently covered the story of Penny Lawrence, a 28-year-old woman suffering from Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA) who is now pregnant with her father’s child.
If you seriously don’t think there are folks waiting in the wings for same-sex ‘marriage’ to set the legal precedent they need to make what is described above legal – along with absolutely anything else you could imagine – then check out a website called Full Marriage Equality. (They refer to this father and daughter’s relationship as “consanguinarmory”.)
Categories: ethics, family, incest, Marriage, Marriage Legalities, morality, Politics & Marriage, polyamory, Same Sex Marriage, Sex Radicals, sexual identity ethics, family, homosexual agenda, Same Sex Marriage
The popular stereotype of college campuses as a hive of same-sex experimentation for young women may be all wrong.
To the surprise of many researchers and sex experts, the National Survey on Family Growth found that women with bachelor’s degrees were actually less likely to have had a same-sex experience than those who did not finish high school. Read more…
The school argued (and still argues) that banning “Be Happy, Not Gay” was just a matter of protecting the ‘rights’ of the students against whom derogatory comments are directed. But people in our society do not have a legal right to prevent criticism of their beliefs or even their way of life.
So they needed a court to explain that citizens don’t have “…a legal right to prevent criticism of their beliefs or even their way of life…”, huh?
Well I’m just glad we got that cleared up.