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Filmmakers claim anti-LGBT author Orson Scott Card ‘won’t profit’ from ‘Ender’s Game’ movie

Controversial author who sparked protest with his anti-gay views won’t earn less money if film is boycotted, claim insiders In an effort to head off a potentially damaging boycott of the sci-fi epic Ender’s Game, sources close to the film’s producers have claimed controversial author Orson Scott Card, who wrote…

Anti-LGBT author who compared Obama to Hitler appointed to PBS board in NC

A science fiction author who opposes equal rights for LGBT people and has a history of comparing Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler was appointed to a board of trustees overseeing North Carolina’s public television stations this week. In a statement on Monday, UNC-TV announced that Republican state Senate President Pro…

LGBT advocates criticize DC Comics for forbidding marriage for lesbian superhero

DC Comics, already criticized earlier this year for hiring noted author Orson Scott Card to write stories featuring flagship character Superman, is being knocked again by LGBT advocates for refusing to depict a same-sex marriage in the award-winning comic Batwoman. Pop culture site IO9 reported that the series’ current creative…

Geeks Out activists call for ‘Ender’s Game’ boycott over author’s anti-LGBT views

US group Geeks Out launches ‘Skip Ender’s Game’ website, citing novelist Orson Scott Card’s opposition to gay marriage A US activist group has called for a boycott of forthcoming science fiction epic Ender’s Game in protest at the anti-gay views of author Orson Scott Card, who wrote its source novel.…

NOM board member advocates criminalization of homosexuality, overthrow of government

The folks at the National Organization for Marriage are quickly earning a reputation as an incompetent, delusional organization ill-prepared to handle defending “traditional marriage.” I mean come on — all these people have managed to do is make their cause look absurd at this point. NOM produced a widely derided…

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