Computer Issues

| February 24, 2010

Just to let everyone know.. having major computer issues right now. I’ll be back soon! -Eric sent from my iPhone

Gay Marriage Survives In New Hampshire

| February 18, 2010

Concord NH – Supporters of the state’s new same sex marriage law in New Hampshire came out victorious over opponents who attempted to repeal the human-rights law this week. The NH legislature voted this week on a bill to amend the state constitution and to redefine  marriage back as only between a man and a […]

Utahns Studying Local Discrimination Against LGBTs

| February 16, 2010

When the “compromise” first started rolling out, Utahns were told that a year-long study would be included to show legislators just what type of discrimination was happening in the reddest-of-red states. But Senate President Waddoups and Senator Neiderhauser decided it wasn’t a good idea. Taking the initiative, Equality Utah has announced that they will be […]

Dick Cheney: The New Gay Rights Crusader

| February 15, 2010

With so many people fighting over Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, it’s interesting seeing which side people are taking. Dick Cheney, known as one of the most far-right extremists in politics today (just below Karl Rove), and father of an out-and-proud lesbian, said yesterday that he thinks DADT should be revoked. Most people only saw or […]

LGBT Activists Share Love On Valentines Day

| February 15, 2010

Taylorsville – On Sunday, a group of LGBT activists from PRIDE In Your Community went door to door in Taylorsville UT, including Senate President Michael Waddoups’ door. The group met at 11am at a local Junior High School where they made roughly 30-40 home-made Valentines cards. They then selected Waddoups’ neighborhood to visit, and went […]

LGBT Protesters Are Silent

| February 13, 2010

SLC – Yesterday, 65 gay rights protesters gathered at the Utah State Capitol building to protest threats made by Senate President Michael Waddoups against the LGBT community if they speak up. So in their response, the LGBT activists did just that.. they sit down and shut up. I feel a little weird covering this protest […]

Waddoups: To Censor Or Not To Censor..

| February 11, 2010

SLC – Senate President Michael Waddoups has come under heavy fire over the last week since he released a statement with a thinly-veiled threat telling the LGBT community to be quiet. Now he’s released a new statement trying to backpedal, while issuing the threat all over again! Last night on the Senate’s blog, Waddoups claimed […]