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Justice Scalia Gay Marriage

'Who Puts What Where?'

Richard Alther | Posted 01.23.2014 | Gay Voices
Richard Alther

Unless we acknowledge that same-sex couples and single gays are just as loving, complicated, libidinous, sometimes sexual, sometimes not -- in other words, just as human and normal -- as everyone else, a large swath of our population will remain disgusted with the whole business.

Justice Scalia: 'I Have Friends That I Know, or Very Much Suspect, Are Homosexual'

Michelangelo Signorile | Posted 01.23.2014 | Gay Voices
Michelangelo Signorile

The fact that any American in 2013 -- let alone a justice of the United States Supreme Court, located in a major urban center with a large LGBT population -- can say he or she doesn't know anyone who is openly gay is pretty astounding. Scalia has spun a cocoon around himself.

The Irony of It All: When Adversaries Unintentionally Reveal the Truth

Dr. Joe Wenke | Posted 09.09.2013 | Gay Voices
Dr. Joe Wenke

In his dissenting opinion in the DOMA case, Justice Scalia states with profound disgust that as a result of the decision, "the view that this court will take of state prohibition of same-sex marriage is indicated beyond mistaking." Justice Scalia, you are a veritable divining rod of the truth.