Political items about sexuality.

Green bullet Some Bud Light print advertising carried in gay publications featured same-sex couples holding hands.

Green bullet Procter & Gamble supported the overturning of a Cincinnati charter amendment to prohibit the City Council from enacting any protections specifically aimed at gays and lesbians.

Green bullet An ex-congressman who had sex with a subordinate won clemency from a president who had sex with a subordinate, then was hired by a clergyman who had sex with a subordinate.

Yellow bullet Female athletes competing at the Olympics are getting pregnant just so they can abort the baby and by so doing enhance their performance through hormone doping.

Red bullet Wal-Mart has partnered with the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.

Red bullet A bill before Congress would make it a "hate crime" for pastors and churches to speak against homosexuality.

Green bullet A "day of silence" protesting the harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students is scheduled for 25 April 2008.

Green bullet A bill passed by the California legislature seeks to designate May 22 as Harvey Milk Day.

Red bullet Jordan Chandler has admitted that he lied about having been sexually molested by Michael Jackson.

Green bullet Ben & Jerry's is renaming Chubby Hubby flavor ice cream to Hubby Hubby for the month of September 2009 in celebration of the legalization of same-sex marriage in Vermont.

Multi-status bullet Letter from Indiana state representative accuses the Girl Scouts of being a radicalized organization that promotes abortions and homosexuality.

Green bullet Chick-fil-A has donated money to organizations that oppose same-sex marriage.

Red bullet Tweet reproduces actor Morgan Freeman's statement about homophobia.

Multi-status bullet Victoria's Secret announced plans to market a "Bright Young Things" line of lingerie to teenage girls.

Green bullet Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz affirmed the company's support for same-sex marriage at a shareholder meeting.

Green bullet The FCC is considering modifying its indecency policies regarding the use of profanity and non-sexual nudity on radio and television.

Multi-status bullet Map shows states in which employees can be "fired for being gay."

Multi-status bullet An 8-year-old Yemeni girl was forced to marry a 40-year-old man and then died of vaginal trauma on their wedding night.

Multi-status bullet A Salvation Army official stated that homosexuals "deserve to die."

Multi-status bullet The chairman of Barilla Pasta said he would never use homosexual couples in his advertisements.

Multi-status bullet Proposed legislation would bar NFL teams from employing homosexual players.

Red bullet A growing number of college students believe post-birth abortions are acceptable.

Multi-status bullet Michigan has passed a law exempting emergency medical personnel from treating gay people.

Green bullet A transgender teenage girl, Leelah Alcorn, died of suicide and left a note on her Tumblr.

Yellow bullet An 18-year-old girl gave an interview in which she revealed she was dating and planned to marry her biological father.

Yellow bullet A Russian actor was drugged and his testicles were stolen by an attractive stranger.

green bullet A proposed a ballot measure would make homosexuality a capital crime.

Multi-status bullet Oklahoma banned civil marriage.

Multi-status bullet A gay judge named Tonya Parker refuses to officiate marriage ceremonies for heterosexual couples.

green bullet Kentucky county Clerk Kim Davis, who refuses to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples on religious grounds, has been married four times.

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