April 11, 2012 at 9:18 am EDT | by Phil Reese
Fast Five Fix: April 11

The creators of the "Texts From Hillary" meme drop by the State Department to text with Hillary.

So we thought this would be the biggest NOM news today. But it wasn’t. NOM’s been higgity-hacked. Now sip on this news while you sip your coffee:

  • A Maryland politics blog called Center Maryland tells readers to consider out lesbian Assemblywoman Heather Mizeur as a potential candidate for governor in two years.
  • AMERICAblog tells us a French imam has married a gay couple in a Muslim ceremony.
  • The Ottawa Citizen reports 15 “suspected” homosexuals arrested in Gambia.
  • PFLAG will distribute more than 50,000 fliers to a Maryland school district that allowed the distribution of ex-gay materials to students.
  • Glee creator, Ryan Murphy, apparently dated a lot of football players in High school, according to OutSports. Gays everywhere wish to go back in time and enroll in his school.

In video, check out two former Charlotte mayors — one Democrat, and one Republican — urging voters to vote against North Carolina’s anti-gay Amendment One


(h/t GoodAsYou.org)

Finally, the mayor will announce a district-wide action plan to prevent bullying today at 7:00 p.m. at the E Street Cinema 555 11th Street NW, with a screening of the movie ‘Bully’ to follow.


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