Childish Pretense That American Law Does Not Value Sexual Pleasure

The Washington Post gave space to Margo Kaplan, an assistant professor of law at Rutgers School of Law-Camden, so she could claim that “our courts and legislatures are still strangely squeamish about sexual pleasure, tending to treat it as a topic to be avoided or an immoral indulgence the state should prevent.” Cutting through her verbiage, Kaplan wants the courts and culture to recognize a right to sexual pleasure that will weigh against any law or proposed law that might restrict such pleasure. Read more […]

Don’t Stay Quiet

In case you weren’t aware of it, today is the Day of Silence, an annual silent protest by non-straights and their supporters against sexual preference persecution. I could go on and list the groups associated with the ever-growing acronym—it is now up to LGBTQ: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer—but it is actually much easier to simply refer to them as non-straight sexually, since this is really the main thing they all have in common. The goal of the Day of Silence, according to Read more […]

Homosexuals Wanna Have Their Wedding Cake… and Eat It Too

The owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop in Lakewood, Colorado has recently been the “beneficiary” of a number of protests in response to his unwillingness to make wedding cakes for homosexual “marriages.” In the wake of Dan Cathy’s now famous declaration of support for traditional families (which we all know from the mainstream media was a foaming-at-the-mouth attack on “gay” “marriage”), homosexual advocates are doing everything they can to turn low-profile instances of following one’s Read more […]