Tag Archives: homophobia

On online engagement: when I do / don’t

When I see a discussion centered upon potentially contentious issues emerge online, my first impulse is often to jump right in, but then I remember how many hours I have put into engaging in essentially fruitless exchanges in the past. It is easy to be pulled into almost any online conversation where the subject matter […]

On the root of Michael Heath’s homophobia

Because he rears his head whenever there is an opportunity for people obsessed with interfering with the rights of gay people, Michael Heath is in the news again. The irony that homophobia can derive from the suppression of one’s own homosexual impulses is somehow lost on Calvinist bigot Heath. Apparently he has been oblivious to […]