Category Archives: Global: Marriage and Family

Global Marriage and Family Issues

UK: “Why is this gay cleric considering suing the church if he won’t win?”

“Former Scottish Tory leader dismisses same-sex marriage”

In Canadian Province, Catholic Schools Hit By Complaints Under Parental Rights Law

Expectant mums, midwives to sue Czech state in Strasbourg

UK: “Gay editor: ‘we will teach your kids the new norms’”

Malaysian gay rights activists challenge government in court to quash ban on arts festival

Spain: Homosexual campaign to suppress book on healing same-sex attraction backfires

“MercatorNet: British Conservatives and same-sex marriage”

42 percent of Indian children under 5 malnourished

Critics blame tax system for number of single parents

“Gay marriage a threat to humanity’s future: Pope”

2011: The year the LGBT agenda was officially adopted as US Foreign Policy by the US Department of State

Spain’s New Government Remains Silent on Defense of Traditional Values

Canadian study: Sex and personality differences underestimated

Slovenian court: referendum challenging same-sex ‘marriage,’ adoption law can proceed

International Homosexual Lobby Group Funded Mostly by Governments

Australia: MP takes vow of consensus on same-sex “marriage” bill

American Exceptionalism? Clinton’s Human Rights Day Speech

“2011 International LGBT Roundup: Decriminalization of Homosexuality and Anti-Discrimination”

“The Department of State’s Accomplishments Promoting the Human Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People”

    State.gov: Human rights are inalienable and belong to every person, no matter who that person is or whom that person loves. Since January 2009, Secretary Clinton has directed the Department to champion a comprehensive human rights agenda—one that includes the protection of the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. The Department uses its full range of diplomatic and development tools to press for the elimination of violence and discrimination against LGBT people worldwide, particularly those forced to flee their homes or countries.


  • Posted: 01/03/2012
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“The Global Effort for Gay Rights” | The Atlantic

B.C. has polygamy appeal options, say government lawyers

Why marriage is an ‘absolute yes’

Zambian churches unhappy with US stance to tie aid to homosexual rights

Belize: Christians “stand firm” against UNIBAM!

“UN Report Tries Unsuccessfully to Create New LBGT Rights”

Ireland: “NI homosexual adoption case put on hold until New Year”

George Neumayr: Hillary’s Surreal State Department: She Discovers a New Global Right

‘Cultural Marxism’ new threat to society says Brazilian commentator

UK: Affair baby must be adopted, rule judges out of fear of “honor killing”

UK: “Deputy PM: I don’t support the marriage tax break plan”

Scotland: “SNP considers plan to buy off concerns over gay marriage”

“Nigeria: Much Ado About Same-Sex Marriage”

“UN issues first report on human rights of gay and lesbian people”

Same-sex marriage blocked by Scottish evangelicals and Muslims

Australia: Liberals defy Abbott on same-sex marriage

“UN official tells nations to end gay executions”

2/3 Brits think “sex ed” should lie with parents

“A Global Gay-Rights Crusade” | National Review Online Editors

UK: Should everyone be allowed to have children? | BBC

Colombian government fights to protect two children from adoption by American homosexual activist

“Northern Cyprus to decriminalize homosexuality”

Canada: “Honour Killing Entrenched in Islam”

    Canada Free Press: Against the backdrop of the Shafia honour-killing trial in Kingston, Montreal’s Concordia University graduate Sikander Ziad Hashmi, an imam with the Islamic Society of Kingston, tells us “there is no such thing as ‘honour killing’ in Islam.” Last week, Hashmi challenged readers of Canada’s National Post Full Commentonline to find one classical Islamic religious text that endorses the murder of a family member to preserve honour. PointdeBascule in Montreal answers the imam’s request by producing not one, but TWO Islamic texts stating that a father who kills his child must NOT be subject to punishment (“retaliation”).


  • Posted: 12/14/2011
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Australia: Bishop ‘appalled’ that Catholic school denied admission to child of homosexual couple

Netherlands: “Islamic extremists call for lesbian’s death” | LGBTQ Nation

“Toronto Catholic teachers’ union backs gay relationships”

UK: 1,000 polygamous families claiming benefits

Canada: Internet Providers Must Now Report Child Porn

Canada: “Abortion, gay marriage could be next on chopping block, Chrétien warns”

UK: Children aged 5 set to learn about “transgender equality” in schools

UK: Forced marriage victims could number 8,000 as ministers plan to make it illegal

UK: Parents claim link between flu vaccine and narcolepsy

“Gay rights activists at UN: No more bullying”

Scotland: Marriage plan gets 50,000 responses

UK: Divorces rise for first time since 2003

Scotland: Protests over bill to redefine marriage

Malawi to review homosexuality law

Australia: Abbott will hold party line against marriage redefinition

UK lifts ban on female submariners

Scots Episcopal Church says NO to redefining marriage

Nigeria: Same-Sex Marriage – Human Rights Group Demands Apology From British Ambassador

UK: Labour welcomes proposals to teach kids how to gamble

Nigeria: “Cleric advocates death penalty for same sex marriage”

“Bill outlawing gay marriage in oil-rich Nigeria puts foreign HIV, AIDS funding at risk”

Australia: “MPs fear backlash on same-sex marriage in marginals”

Australia: “Christian lobby warns ALP of backlash over its policy change on same-sex marriage”

Cohabitation and Marriage: Not Equal Alternatives | Zenit

“Philippine health chief hit for anti-gay comments”

Free schools and academies must promote marriage

Wendy Wright: “Triparenting” Hogwash Slapped Down

Nova Scotia: Sexting teens warned about child porn