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- Rick Santorum’s classmates and fellow alumni from Carmel Catholic High School will rally against his anti-LGBT positions tonight.
- A new series of spate of anti-LGBT attacks in Washington, DC has catalyzed the community to march in silent protest and raise funds to help pay the victims’ medical expenses.
- Anti-gay evangelist Scott Lively has responded to the lawsuit from a Uganda gay rights group, claiming he never advocated punishing homosexuality, even though he distributed copies of his book blaming gays for the Holocaust.
- A new poll shows that 65 percent of voters in Scotland, England, and Wales believe same-sex couples hould have the right to marry.
- The Archbishop of Westminster described gay relationships as “a very profound and lifelong friendship.”
- The #ToMyUnbornChild hashtag inspired at least 100 people to reveal that they would murder their child for being gay.
- Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) says, “It gets better.”
- Jimmy Kimmel wants you to know that you can now get Santoromentum by prescription: