North Carolina voters may have approved a same-sex marriage ban in the state, but college students at Elon University do not share the same sentiment.
In response to Chick-fil-A's donations to anti-gay organizations, the student government voted 35-11 to ask the university's food vendor to remove the homophobic chain from the food court in the student center.
We've been waiting to hear this kid's side of the story!
Check out (above) University of Michigan student body president Chris Armstong, finally speaking out on Anderson Cooper 360 about Assistant Attorney General Andrew Shirvell's INSANE homophobic smear campaign against him!
This kid is such an inspiration!
It makes us sick that someone would target such a well-spoken, compassionate young man!
Keep that chin up, bb! There's a lot of people who have your back!
Check out this PSYCHOTIC clip from Anderson Cooper 360, featuring Andrew Shirvell, an assistant attorney general for the state of Michigan who has unleashed a full-blown internet attack on University of Michigan student assembly president and openly homosexual Chris Armstrong!
This nut case launched a blog last April under the moniker Concerned Michigan Alumnus, which he uses as a platform to accuse the school's head of government of engaging in "flagrant sexual promiscuity," hosting orgies in his dorm room, and trying to make incoming freshmen "join the homosexual 'lifestyle.'" He also draws swastikas over gay pride flags over pictures of Armstrong's face, and has apparently stalked this kid outside of his home!
Watch (above) to see his argue with Cooper as to why he believes his actions to be acceptable behavior!
This is one scary, self-loathing closet case if we've ever seen one!
He should be ASHAMED of himself for doing what he's doing to a COLLEGE STUDENT involved in STUDENT GOVERNMENT!
The Baywatch star hadn't talked too much about her diagnosis over the years, but now that things are taking a positive turn, she's ready to speak up about the disease, saying:
"I'm very fortunate that I've had Hep C for about 16 years. 16 years ago that was [presented to me] as a death sentence. I think it really worked on my self esteem. Even though I may have looked confident on the outside, I think it really was a dark cloud that lingered over me."
She's tried different medications in the past, but now Pam is moving on to a new process that's FDA-approved! These new drugs work to destroy the virus, and she says the outcome could be amazing!