Thanks to columns and arguments like Dowden’s that it becomes ever clearer that the debate should ideally not be around whether the next Pope should be African or other, but rather around how long the Papacy – and Catholicism in this form – can survive at all.
Errol Naidoo on how gay folk, feminists, and abortion led to the Marikana massacre.
The American fast food company Chick-fil-A is facing a nationwide backlash after the president of the company made critical comments about gay marriage. But do the politics and morality of marriage really need to dictate who sells you fried chicken?
The Film and Publication Board’s claim of impartiality are exposed as meaningless through their association with the right-wing Christian conservatism of Errol Naidoo’s Family Policy Institute.
Errol Naidoo, leader of the Familty Policy Institute, has decided to honor me with recognition as a “homosexual activist”.
Errol Naidoo is making a little sense, for once, in calling for the removal of religion as an example of unfair discrimination in the South African Constitution.
I realise that there are lots of government officials who should be fired or suspended. But Patekile Holomisa, President of the Congress of Traditional Leaders, is such an embarrassment that I’d like him moved up the queue a little.
The proposed Constitutional amendment removing sexual orientation as grounds for protection against discrimination, alongside the Traditional Courts Bill, are grounds for deep concern regarding the commitment some of our representatives feel towards social equality.
When someone presents themselves to you as having near-universally foolish views, are we entitled to call that person a fool? Or does “respect” always entail only addressing their arguments, while refraining from applying such labels to them? Errol Naidoo’s call for a boycott on e-TV recently led to a brief debate on this issue.