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Editor’s Note: Duck Dynasty and Winning the Culture Wars

Editor’s Note: Duck Dynasty and Winning the Culture Wars

Elijah Sarkesian January 6, 2014 0

Since December, one of the biggest pop culture stories that just won’t seem to die concerns Phil Robertson, patriarch of the Duck Dynasty family and espouser of ideas like homosexual behavior being the center

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Opinion: Cheshire Bridge is Falling Down?

Opinion: Cheshire Bridge is Falling Down?

Taylor Trimble March 4, 2013 3

Located in upper Atlanta is a bird’s nest of strip clubs, dive bars, gay clubs and pornography affectionately known as Cheshire Bridge Road. A manifested mecca of sexual outlets, Cheshire Bridge has always held

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Life Without Jesus

Life Without Jesus

Sam Peng February 13, 2013 2

Clutching his hands, a young man looked up from where he was kneeling, and akin to a benediction that invokes the divine, he became a believer. A true atheist going back to the whole

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Opinion: Whose Movement Is This?

Opinion: Whose Movement Is This?

Taylor Trimble January 16, 2013 0

To say we haven’t come a long way from the riots of the fifties and sixties, Stonewall, and the AIDS epidemic (which we are still struggling with), would be to ignore decades of fierce

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Opinion: I Believe What I Don’t Believe

Opinion: I Believe What I Don’t Believe

Sam Peng January 16, 2013 0

Our minds work like wonders. Optical illusions, preconceived notions, or even the mere fondness for the color of red are some of the humanistic qualities we possess in determining who we are, how we

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I Resolve to Resolve Better

I Resolve to Resolve Better

Sam Peng January 7, 2013 0

Another year’s gone by and with it comes a bundle of New Year’s resolutions that each and every one of us is eager to start. What will it be this year? A better, toner

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Election 2012: Opinion

Election 2012: Opinion

Joe wagner September 26, 2012 1

Now that Mitt Romney has dismissed 47% of the U.S. population as self-assessed “victims” … “who pay no income tax” at a $50,000 dollar a plate, private fundraiser thrown by a guy who hosts

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Unnecessary Bloodshed Is Never a Triumph

Unnecessary Bloodshed Is Never a Triumph

Lucas Witherspoon August 29, 2012 0

Last week, a gunman walked into the Family Research Council’s (FRC) D.C. headquarters and opened fire on a security guard after expressing his disdain for the views of über-conservative, non-profit lobbying organization, particularly concerning

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Nicki Minaj’s support of LGBT community is questionable

Nicki Minaj’s support of LGBT community is questionable

Elijah Sarkesian April 24, 2012 2

Pop music and the gay community have a long, storied relationship. In the past few decades, some of the most prominent supporters of the LGBT community have been pop stars. Along with their support

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Finally, there’s diversity in gay television representation

Finally, there’s diversity in gay television representation

Elijah Sarkesian April 11, 2012 0

As a self-confessed pop culture fanatic with an eye towards television, I’ve been encouraged in recent years by the growth of gay representation in TV programming. I wish I could say the same for

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