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Marriage Equality at the Supreme Court

Today the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in their consideration of the challenge to overturn California's Prop 8, and then tomorrow the SC will hear oral arguments in their consideration of Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act.... Continue Reading →

Powerful Testimonies for Marriage Equality from Minnesota

The Minnesota House and Senate have been having committee hearings on the passage of marriage equality bills. The bills (one in the Senate and one in the House) have now passed all of the committees and will be up for votes... Continue Reading →

Respect For Marriage Coalition

Since it has been in the news a bit recently and is all the more relevant with the approaching Supreme Court cases--Prop 8 and DOMA--and continued debates in different states towards passing marriage equality, I thought I would share this... Continue Reading →

Not Just Homosexual, But Homoromantic Three!

In honor of Valentines Day I thought I'd add another post to my developing series about being gay is so much more than just sexual. (See my other posts here and here.) You may have already seen this first video... Continue Reading →

Grammy-Nominated Musicians Support The Freedom To Marry

With the 55th Grammy Awards tomorrow several of the nominees have spoken out in support of marriage equality. Freedom To Marry put together a list of quotes from some of them. These are my favorites: Jack Antonoff on the importance of everyone... Continue Reading →

Dawn of a New Day

Seeing as how it's the dawn of a new month (the last one ever, if you believe the Mayans), I thought it apropos to share this video from the Human Rights Campaign narrated by the ever epic Morgan Freeman: "Freedom, justice, and human... Continue Reading →

Patrick Henry College Herald Tackles Homosexuality

The Patrick Henry College Herald, a student-run publication, recently published this article on out friends and family members of current students [PDF], which also features the story of a current student who describes her former relationship with a woman. It's worth... Continue Reading →

LGBT History Month: Day 31 Rev. Robert Wood

Day thirty-one of LGBT History Month features the Rev. Robert Wood, who authored the first book in the United States on Christianity and homosexuality. From his bio at the LGBT History Month website: “Is it proper for two of the same sex... Continue Reading →

LGBT History Month: Day 30 Tom Waddell

Day thirty of LGBT History Month features Tom Waddell, an Olympic athlete. From his bio at the LGBT History Month website: “Winning is doing your best.” Tom Waddell was an Olympic athlete and founder of the international sporting event, the Gay Games. Born... Continue Reading →

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