- Maggie Galagher:
"Two hundred years ago, for example, homosexuality did not exist. There was sodomy, of course, and buggery, and fornication and adultery and other sexual sins, but not of these forbidden acts fundamentally altered the sexual landscape. A man who committed sodomy may have lost his soul, but he did not lose his gender. He did not become a homosexual, a third sex. That was the invention of the nineteenth-century imagination."
- Megan McCain on DADT:
"I really think it's generational," said McCain. "I've been very disappointed with President Obama. He is 49, which is significantly younger than my father. I don't understand why the media doesn't put more pressure on him to do something as well."
- Yet Another DADT trial begins:
On Monday, Sept. 13, the lesbian for whom the "Witt Standard" was named will be back in U.S. District Court in Tacoma, Washington court as the decorated U.S. Air Force flight nurse continues to challenge her discharge under DADT. Witt is seeking re-instatement. The trial is expected to last seven days.
- Drip, drip, drip:
Members of the European Parliament have called for action to ensure gay couples in marriages and civil partnerships are recognised across the continent.
- Who knew?
According to Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association, Lowered intellectual capacity is another devastating consequence of Muslim marriage patterns.