The Sodomite/Lesbian Juggernaut Continues to Roll!
The Sodomite/Lesbian Juggernaut

Continues to Roll!

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Hello there - Theo here to inform you that it has become necessary to establish the archives concerning information which charts the progress of the sodomite/lesbian juggernaut -- things are happening fast on a daily basis, and this group has great reason to be jubilant -- more and more individuals who have power and influence somewhere in our culture are jumping on board and cooperating in every way possible to advance the sodomite/lesbian agenda, with the ultimate goal being legal marriage in eyes of state and church, adoption of children, and full acceptance of their status as bonafide married "couples" with children. Further, that legislation will eventually be set in place which will make it a criminal act to even speak out against sodomite/lesbian "marriages" or "families" formed by these people -- in addition to "hate" crimes which would be acts of violence committed against these people, there will be "hate" speech for which one can be charged as being guilty of a criminal offence! The sodomites and lesbians will have special protection under law which the rest of the population does not have or ever will have

Below are earlier accounts of happenings in the ongoing saga of the accomplishments of sodomites and lesbians in the pursuit of their agenda for the U.S. and ultimately for the world.

And in case you missed it on the other page, you need to remember that as the S/L Juggernaut continues to roll, so is something else rolling with it -- sort of like its undesirable shadow -- further down note references in 2 news releases about the AIDS problem!

Also, bear in mind that a number of the links to full articles may no longer be functional, but the brief notes will inform you sufficiently and remind you that it is most appropriate to refer to the same gender coupling crowd as a Sodomite/Lesbian Juggernaut which continues to roll with very little significant resistance!

Tuesday, November 5, 2002
Homosexuality is biological, suggests gay sheep study
NewScientist.com news service

A study of gay sheep appears to confirm the controversial suggestion that there is a biological basis for sexual preference. The work shows that rams that prefer male sexual partners had small but distinct differences in a part of the brain called the hypothalamus, when compared with rams that preferred to mate with ewes........Larkin presented the research on Monday at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in Orlando Florida, US. +MORE+

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Gay Sheep May Help Explain Biology of Homosexuals
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Tuesday, October 22, 2002
Gay couple get married outside French Embassy in Rome
ChannelNewsAsia.com

The first gay wedding to be publicly celebrated in Italy took place in the capital Rome.

Just a few kilometres from the cupola of St Peter's Basilica, Alessio di Giorgi and Christian Panicucci ignored the teachings of the Catholic church and got married at the French Consulate on Monday. +MORE+

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Monday, October 21, 2002
Battle for gay marriage
By RUTH PADAWER
Staff Writer
The Bergen Record

When Marcye and Karen Nicholson-McFadden sued New Jersey for the right to marry, they knew that half the battle would be fought outside the courthouse.

They and the six other couples in the three-month-old lawsuit will soon begin appearing in church basements, in union halls, and on college campuses to bring their case directly to the public. Their goal is to show how similar they are to other families - yet how far they fall outside the law's protective embrace........

Although a ruling is not likely for months or even years, supporters of the lawsuit are unveiling a campaign to promote broader acceptance of marriage for same-sex couples. Opponents of gay marriage have, for now, remained relatively quiet, but if recent history is any indication, gay-marriage supporters know that well-funded opposition will eventually become a force to contend with. +MORE+

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The Advocate, October 1, 2002 issue
Called out of the closet
By Karen Dammann

When I was ordained an elder in the United Methodist Church in 1994 in Spokane, Wash., I was asked by my bishop, Calvin McConnell, "Do you trust that you are called by God to the life and work of an elder?" I responded, "I do so trust." It is because I continued to trust that I was called to the ministry that I followed a course that led to my coming-out as a lesbian and, ultimately, to having charges brought against me by the church.

In serving as an elder, I found great joy, deep satisfaction, and, finally, a home for my gifts and graces. When, in 1995, I grew to understand that I was gay, it was a very difficult time for me, as I knew that the church would not continue me in the ministry if it were to know what I was coming to accept about myself. +MORE+

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Monday, September 30, 2001
Letter to a different kind of "church"
Sent by email

Hello everyone!

School is going well again and I got together with a woman whom I met last semester who also happens to be gay. She talked with me for a long time and invited me to her church, so I went on Sunday afternoon.

It was amazing! It's a Metropolitan Community church, and everyone there was gay, but more importantly, the Lord was glorified. It was incredible to worship with her congregation and be a part of their community. I'm so glad for my friend and for you all, who started my belief that being gay and being Christian can go hand in hand. Thanks so much and God bless you all. xxxxx
Sender's name is being withheld.

The above note was shared with persons on a list who are part of a new "church" which welcomes all persons regardless of "sexual orientation" -- it is one of a growing number that do not call for repentance from practices of sodomy and lesbianism, but believe it is quite acceptable to practice sodomy or lesbianism within what are defined as "committed and loving relationships" existing between two lesbians or two sodomites.

Tuesday, September 24, 2001
Reconciling Celebration
Announcement by
CALLED OUT
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Keynote Speaker: J. Philip Wogaman Retired Pastor of Foundry UMC in Washington, DC Saturday, October 26, 2002 - 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Lexington UMC, Lexington, MA

Schedule: Coffee and resource table will be available at 9:30. Opening worship at 10:00. Lunch will be provided. Closing worship will conclude at 3:30..

Content: Our two newest Welcoming Congregations will be recognized; the Niantic Community Church, and the Cambridge Welcoming Ministry (CWM). A brief video clip will be shown of the initial worship service of the CWM. Reverend Wogaman will give his keynote address on the theological basis for the welcoming/reconciling position and answer questions. He will also discuss where he thinks the debate will be centered at the 2004 General Conference. After lunch there will be workshops on Reconciling ministries in local churches and how a church moves to the reconciling position. There will be a panel presentation on the new "Church within the Church" movement. The afternoon will conclude with a presentation on "Moving Towards Transgender Inclusiveness".

Directions: From I-95/Route 128 take exit #30 (Route 2A East toward Lexington) onto Marrett Street. Take the third left onto School Street. The church parking lot, which is behind the church, will be on your left within half a mile. Church address is 2600 Massachusetts Avenue. Phone: 781-861-9301.

Registration: Advanced registration is not required but it would be helpful for the Lexington Church in preparing lunch quantities.

Register with Willard Robinson
E-mail: ET2Robinson@worldnet.att.net

September 12, 2002
CONTROVERSIAL GAY RIGHTS ACTIVISTS MOVE TO LYNCHBURG, VA - HOME OF RELIGIOUS-RIGHT LEADER REV. JERRY FALWELL
For Immediate Release
by Soulforce, Inc.

(Lynchburg, VA) Rev. Mel White and his life partner of more than twenty years, Gary Nixon, co-founders of Soulforce, Inc., have leased a home in Lynchburg, VA, right across the street from Jerry Falwell's Thomas Road Baptist Church. Falwell, a conservative minister, televanglist, and chancellor of Liberty University, is notorious for his condemnation of gays and lesbians.

"When we met with Falwell and his supporters in 1999, he promised us that he would tone down his rhetoric against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people," said Rev. Mel White, co-founder and Executive Director of Soulforce. "We have been carefully monitoring his untruths, and it has only gotten worse. We can not let this misinformation go unanswered." +MORE+

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Tuesday, September 10, 2002
South African gays can adopt children
BBC News

South Africa's Constitutional Court has ruled that gay couples have the right to adopt children.

The highest court in the country said on Tuesday that people in "permanent, same-sex partnerships" could provide children with a stable home and the support and affection necessary........

This makes South Africa the first African country to let same-sex couples legally adopt children, reports the French news agency, AFP. +MORE+

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Sunday, August 25, 2002
Church's Growing Flock Changes Heart of Texas
By Lee Hockstader
Washington Post, Page A01

DALLAS -- On a sweltering midsummer's Sunday in Dallas, the cavernous Cathedral of Hope is packed with hundreds of congregants. Lively choral music sets toes tapping, and the sermon, about observing the Sabbath, is delivered with warmth and humor...

Despite a congregation drastically reduced by AIDS, the hostility of some mainstream churches and the aggressive animus of several anti-gay groups, the church's growth has been staggering. In the last 15 years, membership has swollen from a few hundred to more than 3,500, about half of whom attend services on a typical Sunday morning. It's now among the biggest churches in one of the most churchgoing cities in the nation, Dallas. +MORE+

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Sunday, August 25, 2002
Same-sex marriage recognized
Couple receives official certificate from province
By Tracy Huffman
TORONTO STAR

A lesbian couple who exchanged wedding vows last year in a Toronto church received a marriage certificate from the provincial government -- official recognition of their union.

But Paula Barrero and Blanca Mejias have a rarity on their hands as the province can't register same-sex marriages. An investigation may still revoke the certificate.

The couple were married in an intimate ceremony at Emmanuel-Howard Park United Church almost a year ago by Rev. Cheri DiNovo. +MORE+

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Monday, August 5, 2002
Church law conflict fuels debate over gay pastors
Elizabeth Murtaugh
The Associated Press

There is nothing ambiguous about the United Methodist Church law that forbids the appointment of "self-avowed, practicing homosexuals" as pastors.

Yet complaints against two ministers from Seattle who openly declared they are gay have been dismissed this year, allowing them to continue to preach and fueling a fierce national debate.

The decisions have galvanized Methodists who say it's time for church doctrine to make room for gay pastors and be more accepting of gays, in general. Others are crying foul, saying church law should be upheld. +MORE+

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July 31, 2002
Nebraska UM church divided over same-sex ceremony
From Staff and Wire Reports
United Methodist Reporter

LINCOLN, Neb. - Another same-sex union involving a United Methodist pastor in Nebraska is raising a ruckus.

Pledges are down and volunteers are more scarce at Christ United Methodist Church here after a same-sex union involving the church's pastor and his wife generated wide coverage in the local newspaper and attracted sign-carrying anti-gay protestors.

About 200 congregation members met July 21 to discuss the role that their minister, the Rev. Jay Vetter, played in ceremonies two months ago revolving around the union between Jay Yost and Wade Leak at a local Episcopal church.

Mr. Vetter performed a "lamentation service" before the actual commitment ceremony conducted by his wife, Maureen, who is not an ordained United Methodist pastor. The Vetters have known Mr. Yost since the early 1970s when he was in high school and Mr. Vetter was a newly ordained pastor assigned to work with youth at Mr. Yost's church, according to the Lincoln Journal Star. +MORE+

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July 30, 2002
Committee dismisses complaint against lesbian pastor
News media contact: Tim Tanton· (615)742-5470· Nashville, Tenn. {331}
By United Methodist News Service

A United Methodist committee has dismissed a complaint against a Seattle area pastor who told her bishop that she is living in a same-gender relationship, an admission that put her in conflict with a church law barring practicing gays from ordained ministry.

The complaint against the Rev. Karen Dammann was dismissed after a two-and-a-half-hour hearing July 24 in Tacoma, Wash., before the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference’s committee on investigation. In a Feb. 14, 2001, letter to Bishop Elias Galvan, Dammann had stated that she was living in a "partnered, covenanted, homosexual relationship." Dammann had been on family leave and had written the letter to inform Galvan that she wanted to return to leading a local congregation.

At the direction of the United Methodist Judicial Council, the denomination’s supreme court, Galvan filed a complaint against Dammann last November, citing "practices declared by the United Methodist Church to be incompatible with Christian teachings." The church’s Book of Discipline holds that "since the practice of homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teaching, self-avowed practicing homosexuals are not to be accepted as candidates, ordained as ministers, or appointed to serve in the United Methodist Church." +MORE+

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Sunday, July 14, 2002
Same-sex Couples Drawn to Portland
By KELLEY BOUCHARD
Portland Press Herald

Debra Ugosoli and Mary MacLean have been partners in life and work for 11 years.

They have three children - Zev, 6, Frances, 3, and Carlin, 4 1/2 months. They live in a residential Portland neighborhood that includes two other gay families. When they're not changing diapers or carting kids around, they sell Apple computers to Portland-area design firms........They say they like Portland because it is a beautiful, artsy, diverse city where their kids have an opportunity to know other children of gay parents. They belong to a children's play group with four other lesbian couples who have a total of eight kids. They like the way Portland schools and city officials promote respect for diversity. Above all, they like Portland because they feel comfortable here. +MORE+

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July 11, 2002
Expert: Better HIV Drugs Won't Cure AIDS - Progress, Problems With New Drugs and Vaccines Revealed at Conference
By Daniel DeNoon
MSN WebMD

At each AIDS conference it's the same. Everyone hopes to hear about the magic bullet that will end the most terrible plague ever to visit mankind. This year's XIV International AIDS Conference may put an end to all that. The bottom line: no magic bullet now, or ever.

That's the reality check offered by Johns Hopkins University's Robert Siliciano, MD, PhD. In a sobering presentation, Siliciano made it clear that no drug will ever cure a person of HIV infection. The hope that remains is that new drugs and new immune-based treatments can keep HIV-infected people AIDS-free for the rest of their lives. +MORE+

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Monday, July 08, 2002
Many gays with HIV don’t know it - findings may help explain spread of AIDS virus, experts say
By Charlene Laino
MSNBC

BARCELONA, Spain, July 8 — More than three-fourths of young urban gays infected with HIV don’t know it — and may unwittingly transmit the deadly virus to their partners, a major U.S. study suggests. Among young black homosexuals, the findings are even more alarming: More than nine in 10 were unaware they carried the AIDS virus, the study found.

The findings, released here Monday at the International AIDS Conference, signal a need to revive the passion with which the United States once tackled the epidemic — or face a possible resurgence, said Dr. Ron Valdiserri, deputy director of HIV, STD and TB at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.

“The study may help explain why many young gay and bisexual men in the United States are becoming infected,” said the CDC’s Duncan MacKellar, who led the work. Hundreds of thousands of gays are going untreated for HIV and may be spreading it unknowingly — and to unknowing persons — through unsafe sex, he said.

Another CDC study, also released Monday, showed that the rate of new HIV infections among gay and bisexual men is nine times higher than among women and heterosexual men. +MORE+

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Monday, July 08, 2002
Homosexuals Seek More Progress in Battle Over 'Marriage Equality'
By Jessica Cantelon
CNSNews.com Correspondent

(CNSNews.com) - Two years after Vermont began allowing homosexual civil unions, the legal tug-of-war continues between homosexual groups seeking public validation of their domestic arrangements and conservative groups seeking to preserve the traditional concept of marriage.

The latest struggle is taking place in New Jersey, where a legal defense group representing seven homosexual couples has filed a lawsuit against the state, demanding "marriage equality."

"There are a lot of people there who are very upset over what's going on, but none of those people are on any of the courts in New Jersey," noted Bill Duncan, the director of the Marriage Law Project at the Catholic University of America.

If victorious, the legal complaint would make New Jersey the first state to allow civil marriages between two people of the same sex - a step farther than the one taken in Vermont, where homosexuals have been able to obtain civil unions, but not marriages, since July 1, 2000.

One other state, Massachusetts, has a same-sex marriage lawsuit pending, while same-sex couples in Montana and New York are suing for the benefits of marriage. +MORE+

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Friday, June 26, 2002
Homosexual Activist Rosie O’Donnell Speaks At New Age Conference
Traditional Values Coalition News Release

Last weekend, Rosie O’Donnell gave a keynote speech on “What Defines A Family” at a Wise Women Weekend in Miami Beach, Florida. The Wise Women Weekend is sponsored yearly by CenterPeace, a New Age organization that promotes feminism, women healers, past lives therapy, and other occultic practices. The term “Wise Women” is a synonym for women who practice Wicca or Witchcraft, according to a survey of dozens of Wicca web sites. CenterPeace’s web site includes links to a number of occultic and other New Age sites.

CenterPeace’s keynote speaker at this conference was New Age guru Marianne Williamson who is the Senior Minister of Renaissance Unity: Interfaith Spiritual Fellowship. Williamson has been a longtime friend and consultant to Hillary Clinton. Rosie O’Donnell’s participation in this conference should come as no surprise. There has been a historical link between lesbianism, witchcraft, and goddess worship. Dr. Peter Jones in his book, Spirit Wars: Pagan Revival in Christian America, devotes two chapters to a discussion of the relationship between paganism, homosexuality, and occultic religions. According to Jones, “Homosexuals see themselves as high priests of the coming new religion.”

(For more details on Dr. Jones’ book, go to: Spirit Wars: Pagan Revival in Christian America; for information on goddess worship and paganism, go to: goddess Worship)
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Friday, June 26, 2002
Bush Signs Law Extending Benefits to Same-Sex Couples
Traditional Values Coalition News Release

Without much fanfare, President Bush signed a bill that will provide benefits to the homosexual partners of policemen and firefighters who die in the line of duty. The law was named for homosexual priest Rev. Mychal F. Judge, the New York Fire Department’s chaplain who died in the 9-11 attack on the World Trade Center.

David Smith with the Human Rights Campaign correctly predicted what will be the result of this law. It will “be the beginning of government recognition that gay families deserve the same rights and privileges as non-gay families have.” Rev. Sheldon commented on this law in the “Washington Post”: “Homosexual folks see this as a first step toward recognizing homosexuality on the same level as marriage, and that’s what it will be used for,” said Sheldon. +MORE+

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Friday, June 26, 2002
Nickelodeon Parent Company To Start Homosexual Cable Channel
Traditional Values Coalition News Release

Viacom, the parent company of Nickelodeon, MTV, Showtime, and other cable channels is planning on starting a new homosexual channel. MTV and Showtime are collaborating on the project. In addition, a Canadian homosexual channel, “Pridevision” is planning on gaining access to cable systems in the U.S. Pridevision features so-called “gay erotica” on its channel.

Here's a way for you to get involved -- please sign the petition to the sponsors of Nickelodeon’s recent pro-homosexual program, “My Family Is Different,” hosted by Linda Ellerbee with Rosie O’Donnell as a featured guest. We are attempting to educate advertisers about the homosexual agenda. Go to: Petitioning Nickelodeon Advertisers
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Wednesday, June 26, 2002
Subject: New Jersey Is Likely to Be Gay Marriage Battleground
by ANDREW JACOBS
New York Times

The contentious battle over gay marriage, previously fought in distant Hawaii and rural Vermont, will move into the New Jersey court system on Wednesday, when a national gay rights group plans to file a lawsuit in state court here on behalf of seven same-sex couples who have been denied marriage licenses.

But groups opposed to gay marriage, like the New Jersey Catholic Conference and the New Jersey Family Policy Council said today that they would seek to head off the effort by pushing for legislation to prohibit same-sex unions. That is the method opponents used in Hawaii after a court decision in 1993 recognized gay marriage. The Legislature there explicitly limited marriage to unions between a man and a woman. +MORE+

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Tuesday, June 25, 2002
International: With a Quebec Law, Equality for Gay Parents
By CLIFFORD KRAUSS
New York Times

Canadian gay rights activists are calling Bill 84 the most important advance for their cause since the Netherlands granted gay couples the right to marry.

Opinion polls indicate that there is still skepticism in Canada about whether same-sex parentage is good for children. The Catholic bishops and evangelical churches warned that the law would further erode the institution of marriage. But the three political parties represented in the legislature passed the law unanimously. The fact that the new rights came from the unanimous vote of a democratically elected legislature rather than a court decision has led many gay rights advocates to predict that marriage for gays may become legal soon in Canada. +MORE+

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Monday, June 24, 2002
Gay couple is expecting quadruplets
Fidel Ortega, 365Gay.com

In what is believed to be a world first, two gay men in Lexington, Ky., are about to become the fathers of quadruplets. Michael Meehan, 36, is the biological father of the quartet, who were conceived through in-vitro fertilization. The surrogate mother is a 23-year-old customer at the hair salon owned by Meehan and his partner, Thomas Dysarz. +MORE+

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Monday, June 24, 2002
Governor hopeful supports gay marriage
Gay.com / PlanetOut.com Network

Robert Reich, a former Clinton cabinet member, endorsed same-sex marriage as part of his campaign to become the next governor of Massachusetts. The former U.S. secretary of labor's announcement separates him from the four other Democratic challengers, each of whom support Vermont-style civil unions, which offer some of the legal benefits of marriage. +SNIP+

Mitt Romney, the leading gubernatorial candidate for the Republican nomination, supports domestic partner laws that provide for health benefits and survivor rights. +MORE+

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June 22, 2002
Subject: Integrity USA Presidents Visits Integrity Uganda
From: CORNET

The Rev. Michael Hopkins, President of Integrity USA, returned June 19, 2002 from a two week visit of Integrity Uganda. Upon his return he issued the following report:

"My visit to our sisters and brothers of Integrity Uganda was a significant time of sharing in witness and ministry. I return grateful for the opportunity and the incredible hospitality with which I was received, and fully committed to mutual support and ministry.

"Integrity Uganda has built a community center in Kitemu, a village to the west of Kampala. The center serves not only as the headquarters of Integrity, but also as a place of worship for all and a center for ministry to the surrounding community.

"I preached and was concelebrant with the Rt. Rev. Christopher Senyonjo, at the community’s Eucharist on Sunday, June 9. The congregation was a mix of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and heterosexual Ugandans, young and old. Together they are deliberately creating a community that welcomes all, unlike the overwhelming majority of institutional churches in Uganda, including the (Anglican) Church of Uganda. It is an exciting venture...+MORE+

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June 20, 2002
Salvation Army to Lose Funding Over Domestic Partner Flap
By Oubai Shahbandar
CNSNews.com Correspondent

(CNSNews.com) - The Salvation Army of Portland, Maine, is about to lose $60,000 in annual local government funding for refusing to provide health care benefits to the domestic partners of its homosexual employees.

Unless it changes its mind and abides by a city ordinance approved last year, the Portland Salvation Army will lose the funding as of July 1. The army, which has been using the money to fund its meals on wheels program for the elderly, denies it discriminates against homosexual employees. Domestic partners of its heterosexual workers also do not receive health care benefits, according to the Salvation Army. +MORE+

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Monday, June 17, 2002
ELECTION 2002: Joshua Weinstein
The Gay Divide: Two Preferences in Senate Race
Portland Press Herald

When word began to filter out that the nation's largest gay political organization was thinking of endorsing U.S. Sen. Susan Collins instead of her Democratic rival, Chellie Pingree, Maine's gay and lesbian political establishment - made up mostly of Democrats - was appalled. +MORE+

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Wednesday, June 12, 2002
Boston Scouts Take a Stand for Diversity

Massachusetts's largest Boy Scout council ruffled feathers again Monday by announcing the creation of a diversity award at its annual fund-raiser, hosted by an openly gay Boston radio personality. The Boston Minuteman Council, which last year adopted a nondiscrimination policy despite the national organization's ban on gays, has created a "diversity awareness award badge." And to make its point crystal-clear--that it opposes the ban on gay troop leaders--the council invited WBZ radio host David Brudnoy to be master of ceremonies. +MORE+

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Friday June 7, 2002
Once-Conservative Quebec Okays Gay Civil Unions
By Patrick White

QUEBEC CITY (Reuters) - Once staunchly conservative and strongly influenced by the Roman Catholic Church, Quebec gave legal status on Friday to civil unions of same-sex couples, as well as allowing gay couples to adopt children, Attorney General Paul Begin said. +MORE+

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Thursday June 6, 2002
Sweden Approves Same-sex Adoption Plan
Kim Gamel, Associated Press

SUMMARY: Swedish legislators voted Wednesday to let same-sex couples adopt children -- a decision that gay activists hailed as a step toward gaining the full benefits of marriage. +MORE+

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April 2002
Radio Netherlands Wereldomroep
Gay Marriages in the Netherlands

On April 1 the Dutch law allowing same-sex couples to marry came into force, together with a new law allowing same-sex couples to adopt children. The revolutionary law eliminates the definition of marriage as a union between a man and a woman. The new law doesn´t just create a separate partnership arrangement for gays or the possibility of a gay marriage; it opens up of the existing civil marriage for couples of the same sex.

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To anyone who is a bit sensitive to mass media manipulation there is an abundance of evidence as to how effective the sodomite/lesbian cartel is in the use of propaganda designed to eventually break down all resistance to its advocacy of abominable lifestyles -- however, this is being countered by a web site set up by Traditional Values Coalition -- just click on the banner below.

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Ah, a little PS on this, folks -- some time back there was in effect a declaration of "unholy war!" Details are at A Declaration of Unholy War! -- the sodomite/lesbian cartel would not refer to it in quite that terminology, but there are others who would not hesitate to use the term! Use return feature on your browser to come back here.

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