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Josh Duggar of 19 Kids and Counting fame has accepted a job with the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., much to the dismay of GLAAD.

Josh Duggar, Family

Duggar, 25, announced on FRC President Tony Perkins' radio show that he is the new executive director of FRC Action, an affiliate of the FRC.

GLAAD spokesperson Wilson Cruz promptly ripped both of them:

"If Josh Duggar wants to make a living dehumanizing and denigrating LGBT people and their families, that's his business, but FRC's lies and stereotypes need to be treated as such."

"Josh's new boss, Tony Perkins, has actually accused LGBT equality advocates of being pawns of the devil. Fans of his family's reality show ought to know that."

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Forget fabric softener Jesus and piece of toast Jesus, a Reddit user has posted a photo of his pug's behind that sure looks as if it's in the shape of the Son of God.

Might this be Photoshopped? Sure.

Might our eyes be playing tricks on us, like when they saw Hitler in a teapot? It's possible.

But might this be the sign from above that so many have been searching for over the year? Okay, probably not. But stare away at the butthole sort ot from heaven now anyway:

Jesus-Like Butthole

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A bill that stigmatizes gay people and forbids participating in gay pride activities was passed in Russia by a unanimous 436-0 parliamentary vote.

One member of parliament out of 437 abstained at least.

Gay Pride Protest Russia

Before its passage, more than two dozen protesters were attacked by hundreds of anti-gay activists and then detained by police in the nation's capital.

The new bill will fine individuals organizing gay pride events up to 5,000 rubles ($156) and fine companies (including media) up to a million ($31,000).

Foreign citizens involved can be deported or jailed.

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Oh, CNN. You really can't get anything right, can you?

Wolf Blitzer interviewed an Oklahoma tornado survivor named Rebecca Vitsmun yesterday outside the destroyed home she and her young son abandoned at the last second and asking her:

"You've gotta thank the Lord, right? Do you thank the Lord for that split-second decision?"

Vitsmun hesitated, smile and replied: "I'm actually an atheist."

The two then shared a laugh over the awkward exchange, with Vitsmun saving the CNN reporter and concluding: "We are here, and I don't blame anyone for thanking the Lord."

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The Westboro Baptist Church is drawing a link between Monday's devastating Oklahoma tornado and NBA star Kevin Durant's support for Jason Collins.

Oklahoma Tornado Photo

After Collins came out as gay in SI this spring, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Durant was one of many players to praise his courage and offer support.

According to the WBC, OKC is now paying the price.

Fred Phelps Jr., the son of Westboro Baptist Church minister Fred Phelps and the brother of Shirley Phelps-Roper, tweeted the following messages:

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Newly-minted heterosexual Antoine Dodson is speaking out about his recent conversion, claiming he's had sex with women and that it was a good time.

Antoine Dodson Photo

The infamous YouTube home intruder thwarter said Friday that he's "no longer into homosexuality" and will be living life right as per his Hebrew Israelite religion.

Asked by TMZ if he feels that being gay is a choice, the famously flamboyant Antoine Dodson said, "I feel like homosexuality is put on people at early ages."

"[It's] in the things we see and hear and what's exposed to us."

Moreover, he says he's gotten his freak on with girls in the past.

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What seemed like an innocent gesture had major consequences for the Columbus, Texas, High School Mighty Cardinals track team.

The Cardinals thought they won a 4x100 relay and a chance to move on to State, having bested the field by seven yards.

But Derrick Hayes' skyward point led to a disqualification.

The runner was gesturing in thanks to God, but the point counted as "excessive celebration," which is against the state scholastic rules.

Columbus High Runners

Many in the town, including the runner's father, called it a violation of religious freedom, but the school insists the gesture is not banned because it is religious, but because it is celebratory.

What do you think of the decision by the school, and the father's response?

Is banning a gesture thanking God a violation of religious freedom?

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Antoine Dodson is no longer gay. He explained this earlier today.

The famously flamboyant YouTube home intruder thwarter (see below) said today that he is "renounce myself" from the ways of homosexuality.

"I want a wife and family, I want to multiply and raise and love my family that I create," says Dodson, who adds that he is "no longer into" being gay.

"I could care less about the fame and fortune, I've giving all that up to know the true history of the Bible. For I am the True Chosen Hebrew Israelite descendant of Judah."

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Sultry pop star Katy Perry has been branded the Devil Child.

By her own father, in his fiery Sunday morning sermons!

Katy Perry: Devil Child!

Firebrand preacher Keith Perry says, according to reports, that watching his daughter’s shows is such a "hellish" experience that he ends up crying.

Not because of her sexy outfits (though that would keep any dad up at night), but "because the fans are worshipping the singer instead of God."

In sermons, he has reportedly urged his congregations to "pray for Katy."

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The Westboro Baptist Church, in response to Jason Collins coming out as gay this week, says it plans to protest a couple of NBA Playoff games.

Because, apparently, God hates the NBA.

Or #GodH8sTheNBA in Twitter parlance.

Durant Photo

The WBC concludes this, of course, because they really do not like homosexuality, and Collins just became the first openly gay player in major U.S. team sports.

Therefore, they will picket Wednesday’s Game 5 between Oklahoma City and Houston, and tomorrow night’s Game 6 between Chicago and Brooklyn.

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