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#SluggerSoapbox: Marriage Equality and the creation of families by same sex couples

43 minutes agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

Nick King is a former business man, councillor on Bournemouth Borough Council, chairman of Dorset Conservatives, member of Police Authority Board. Watching the #marref debate as an Englishman is an interesting experience. In common with so many things in Ireland it seems in part an exaggerated version of what has gone before here in England. more...

The Marriage Mastermind

Evan Wolfson’s greatest hope for the Supreme Court’s upcoming marriage equality ruling is that it will put him out of a job. Wolfson has been fighting for nationwide legalization of same-sex marriage since the early 1980s, most recently as the president of Freedom to Marry, a wildly successful campaign. Show More Summary

Nationwide Marriage Equality Rallies, TV Ads Planned In Advance Of Tuesday's SCOTUS Arguments: VIDEO

18 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Marriage equality rallies are planned in more than 40 cities over the next few days to mark Tuesday's oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court. From Unite For Marriage: Like in 2013, a coalition of organizations and dedicated local organizers...

An inspired match: How the opposing lawyers in Bush v. Gore came together to fight for same-sex marriage

Olson and Boies were charged with arguing marriage equality before SCOTUS -- a move the gay community saw as risky

The Best Red Logo Memes of 2013

With only four days left until the Supreme Court hears Obergefell v. Hodges, the historic marriage equality case, now is the time to go red in support of nationwide marriage equality.

HRC President Chad Griffin on “This Week With George Stephanopoulos”

This morning, HRC President Chad Griffin sat down with George Stephanopoulos to discuss the importance of the marriage equality case, Obergefell v Hodges, currently before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Gay Slippery Slopes: Where Are They Now?

Civil war. So many abortions. Polygamy. Widespread bestiality. You name it, marriage equality will cause it.

Combating the Collateral Damage of Homophobia

Marriage equality is back in the news cycle. As the April 28 date for oral arguments in the Supreme Court approaches, my inbox is full of appeals for support for the work of making the case for equality. There is an increasingly long line snaking around the court building in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

National Organization for Marriage Hosts Yet Another Anti-LGBT Rally on Mall

The “March for Marriage” featured some of the most virulent virulently anti-LGBT voices in an effort to convince the Supreme Court to rule against marriage equality in its deliberations this summer.

Why the U.S. Is Going Forward on SSM and Backwards On Reproductive Rights

Many great points from Pollitt here. Two points are particularly worthy of emphasis. First, the extent to which SSM meshes better with traditionalist conceptions of the family: Marriage equality is about love, romance, commitment, settling down, starting a family. People love love! But marriage equality is also about tying love to family values, expanding a […]

A 7-Year-Old Explains The Facts Of Life For Kids With LGBT Parents (VIDEO)

By The Next Family Learn the facts of life for two moms by this 7-year-old girl. More on The Next Family: 6 Tips To Help Children Learn About Diversity Trans, LGBT Kids Accepted In New Girl Scouts Troop Marriage Equality Video Goes Viral in Ireland -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

5 Reasons NOM Will Need Much More Than A Prayer At The March For Marriage 2015

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

The National Organization for Marriage hits the streets this weekend, just a few days before the Supreme Court hears oral argument in marriage equality cases. They’ll rally and march Saturday afternoon, starting on the mall in front of the Capitol and then proceeding down the street near the U.S. Supreme Court building. (The Justices don’t come into work on […]

READ: Very anti-gay crew vows to never recognize civil marriage equality (even though they so will or face penalties)

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Good As You

When you've tried for years—even decades, in some cases—to stop gay rights and marriage in particular, and you've failed and failed H-A-R-D, you've got to try something to save face. For a fairly sizable group of extremely anti-gay people who...

Religious support for marriage equality swells in advance of SCOTUS arguments

Unsurprisingly, religious leaders who have staked their careers on hatred and derision of LGBT families have filed legal briefs in the upcoming Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges that argue against the right of same-sex couplesShow More Summary

HRC President Chad Griffin to Appear on This Week

This Sunday, ahead of the historic oral arguments at the Supreme Court on marriage equality on Tuesday, HRC President Chad Griffin will appear on This Week with George Stephanopoulos.

Revolution! Anti-gay activists threaten uprising if Supreme Court approves marriage equality

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Next week the US Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that could end up making marriage equality the law of the land. It comes at a time when gay marriage has never had more support from the American public. But the culture warriors who have been fighting it for decades are not about to give...

It's Time For the GOP to Dump Bobby Jindal

Religious freedom is under attack in Bobby Jindal's America, where "radical liberals" and "the media elite" are bullying corporations into supporting marriage equality. "If it's not freedom for all," Louisiana's governor argued Thursday...Show More Summary

Eric Holder reflects on evolution of marriage equality

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder says his own views on same-sex marriage has evolved along with those of the nation.

Meet Justice Scalia's Mini Me

Ohio Judge Jeffrey Sutton's solitary stance on marriage equality offers insight into how conservatives will make their case before the U.S. Supreme Court. read more

Will SCOTUS follow the lead of that one appellate court that ruled gay marriage bans constitutional?

Before the Supreme Court agreed to hear the marriage equality cases that will be argued next Tuesday, three consecutive appellate courts had ruled that same-sex couples had a constitutional right to marry. Then came the 6th Circuit ruling...Show More Summary

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