LEGACY: Freedom to Marry launches legacy site as the organization shuts down: “As it comes closer to ending operations February 29, Freedom to Marry today launched a new website that will serve as a central resource for telling the story...Show More Summary
In today’s Social Velocity interview, I’m talking with Michael Crawford, Director of Digital and Creative at Freedom to Marry, one of the organizations instrumental in the movement to legalize same-sex marriage. Michael Crawford led Freedom to Marry’s in-house creative team and directed its award-winning digital program. Show More Summary
Thalia Zepatos, director of research and messaging for Freedom to Marry, helped change American attitudes on same-sex marriage. After a string of defeats — most notably, Proposition 8 in California — Zepatos studied how different groups thought about marriage and used that data to change how the pro-gay-marriage movement made its case. Rather than focusing […]
Nicki Minaj did not reciprocate when she took the stand on behalf of her beleaguered boyfriend Meek Mill... saying NOTHING about marrying him. Meek's freedom is on the line, because he violated probation by failing to get permission to leave Philly…
It’s been nearly five months since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges guaranteed the freedom to marry for same-sex couples throughout America. Most state courts with pending marriage cases promptly implemented the ruling. Show More Summary
Ham kya chahte? Azaadi! Pyaar karne ki azaadi Shaadi karne ki azaadi aur na karne ki azaadi What do we want? Freedom! Freedom to love freedom to marry and freedom to not marry. (Translations my own) Variations on this call for freedom filled the central Delhi streets this Sunday as activists and allies came […]
When Keith Bardwell, a justice of the peace in Louisiana, turned away a couple looking to get married in 2009, he cited personal objections to justify his decision to withhold a marriage license. Bardwell wasn’t hailed as a culture war hero, greeted with a campaign rally or praised by...
Does this mean she's jumped off the Bridge to Total Freedom? Fingers crossed!
Officials in Alabama have been putting up roadblocks to prevent same-sex couples from exercising their freedom to marry.
On Wednesday, Alabama Probate Judge Nick Williams came out as an active member of the Kim Davis Party For Christian Religious Freedom when he asked the state’s Supreme Court for an order that would allow him to refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Read more...
Calling all conservatives! There's a woman in the United States who says her religious freedom is under attack, and she needs your support. No, I'm not talking about Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky who refuses to serve marriage licenses to gay couples. Show More Summary
Let Freedom (Cock) Ring! As of June 26, 2015, the U.S. of A. now has given everyone the opportunity to marry whomever they like regardless of gender. As each state has had its battle with the decision on a different...
The Freedom from Religion Foundation filed the complaint with the Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct on Friday, seeking to disbar Smith County Court-at-Law Judge Randall Rogers.
Three married men in Shanghai who decided that they wanted to experience childbirth in the way that a woman would took it a step further than strapping on a labor pain simulators. [ more › ]
Last month Freedom To Marry triumphantly declared that it was "going out of business." Today we get the same news from the American Foundation for Equal Rights. Via press release: Together, we made history. Nearly six years ago, theShow More Summary
An amazing sign of progress on LGBT rights — and an example of how the entrenched homophobia in corporate America of years past has changed dramatically — is Freedom to Marry founder Evan Wolfson being heralded by General Mills, which,...Show More Summary
You may recall how the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act went down in Indiana around that time -- Stephanie made the rainbow background as a sort of subtle middle-finger to the state government. They were married on the...Show More Summary
When the Supreme Court ruled June 26 that the right of same-sex couples to marry is protected by the Constitution's 14th Amendment, it did more than recognize a fundamental freedom and rebuff a bid for state-sponsored discrimination....Show More Summary
The Freedom to Marry group is going out of business for the best possible reason: They won the fight. The group put together this celebratory video that might result in dust stimulating your tear ducts: It’s important to remember the victories. This was one. Open thread. [H/T: Vox]
I believe she performed this last week at Freedom To Marry's "going out of business" gala.