Jeff Booth’s personal connection to the Bill Cosby scandal, Canada’s somewhat similar sex scandal with one of their leading entertainers who has just been charged with sexual assault, this year’s Miss Bumbum, Mel B comes out as not bisexual but she does like sex with girls, and the sad sick world of the Duggars and their for profit baby factory.
Miss Bumbum Photos
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Wins for gay rights this past week in the United States, while losses continue in other countries (fueled by the same evangelicals fighting gay rights in the U.S.) Further proof that the ex-gay movement is collapsing in on itself. Rand Paul leads polling for President in New Hampshire, but is clearly lying about his stance on birth control and abortion. Are conservatives who deny they have a war on women really fighting to prevent the creation of a museum celebrating women’s history? You bet they are.
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Nevada Assemblyman quits leadership role after his trifecta of sexual bigotry (and racism) is exposed, Jeff agrees almost 100% with NOM’s Robert George (much to his surprise), and a ludicrous amicus brief in Florida which argues that gays are icky. and cites experts who are anything but
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More on the continuing flood of allegations against comedian Bill Cosby, with more women, including him helping a friend rape a woman, and the payoffs to many women while he did the Cosby Show.
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A big loss in court for Priests for Life and their battle against contraception, another State allows gay marriage, the driver’s license dilemma for same-sex married couples, Tennessee lawmakers begin using new law to ramp up war against women, and guess how many Republicans are still talking about over the counter birth control after the election.
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Fundamentalists may regret it if they make Susan Latimer the next anti-gay poster child, Pat Robertson’s latest dose of crazy (mixed with a lot of horrific violence), Douglas McKinnon wants to create anti-gay nation out of U.S. States, and extreme anti-gay crusader Scott Lively claims vindication and God’s assistance when almost no one votes for him.
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The sad story about Bill Cosby, viral video shows problems with walking around New York if you are a woman, Mozart Boob Twerking and violence, and just when you thought it could not get worse with the Honey Boo Boo sex scandal.
Mozart Boob Twerking
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Jeff Booth talks about the sexual dynamics of orgies.
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This week we have the all time craziest gay crazy we have ever had. It comes from the infamous Harlem preacher James Manning two weeks ago, and then this past week he tops himself, in what seems like it could be a hilarious parody had there not been a video of it. We also throw in some crazy from Dennis Prager and Matt Barber.
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In a disastrous election for supporters of sexual rights, not only were almost all of the worst anti-sex anti-women extremists re-elected, but a new bunch of shockingly even more extreme representatives were added in an almost unfathomable election. It will lead to political chaos over the next two years as these far right extremists battle for dominance and insist on getting their way. The Republican party rules over almost every state with governors and representatives, they won both chambers of Congress, and they own the Supreme Court. Unfortunately, this is not your father’s Republican party, with one of the most extreme freshman classes ever. Jeff Booth provides a look at the newly elected, including Sarah Blair, Gary Glenn, Jodi Hice, Joni Ernst, Corey Gardner, Thom Tillis, Glenn Grothman, Ken Buck, Tom Emmer, Barbara Comstock, Alex Mooney, and the most rabidly anti-gay politician in America, Gordon Klingenschmitt. You won’t believe how incredibly extreme they are on issues of gay rights, women’s rights, and sexual freedom (and just about everything else).
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