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Creep of the Week: Peter LaBarbera

Hair is a very charged and political thing. It has been since, well, forever. For example, a colleague of mine once called the mullet "the hair cut of the oppressed," pointing out that it was a style most commonly worn by Native Americans, lesbians, and lower socioeconomic whites. It helped me to understand why mullets are so easily ridiculed and the joke suddenly became much less funny. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Milo Yiannopoulos

We're all about free speech here in America. Well, kind of. So let me amend that: we like to think we're all about free speech here in America. As a friend put it, "I'm proud to live in a country where Donald Trump can say the things he says, but I'm ashamed to live in a country that, after hearing those things, elected him President." READ MORE.

Michigan Creep of the Week: Donald Trump

I am not impressed and I will not thank Trump for sparing some LGBTQ workers their rights. Because this is but a drop in the very anti-LGBTQ ocean that is his entire administration.I mean, look at his cabinet picks. Jeff Sessions, Betsy DeVos, Mike Pompeo, Tom Price, Mike Flynn, Nikki Haley. None of these people support LGBTQ people and their families. In fact, all of them are opposed to LGBTQ families. Trump is supposed to announce his Supreme Court nominee this week and there isn't anyone on the short list who supports LGBTQ issues. In fact, it looks like being anti-LGBTQ was a prerequisite for getting on that list in the first place. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week Creep of the Week: Mat Staver

It's been months since Omar Mateen shot over 100 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, killing 49 people. Surely enough time has passed that we can stop mourning the dead and start worrying about the real victims of the attack: the first responders who had to wade through all that gross AIDS blood. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: The Colson Center for Christian Worldview

This is a watershed moment for religious leaders in the United States. Over 75 Christian leaders have come together to do a remarkable thing: They've signed a statement titled Preserve Freedom, Reject Coercion, which, according to the statement host Colson Center for Christian Worldview, is "a statement that affirms every American's freedom to peacefully live their lives according to their beliefs and opposes government coercion or censorship of fellow citizens who have different views." READ MORE.

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