The recent Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage makes it seem as if marriage equality has finally come to the U.S. But that is not actually accurate. The celebration is great step forward, but in truth, there's more work to do if we as a nation want to truly recognize and celebrate the diversity of love, relationships and family. Show More Summary
According to The New York Times, Supreme Justice: The Battle for Gay Rights, a composition focusing on the struggle for marriage equality will feature during the 2015-2016 season at Pace University’s Schimmel Center in Lower Manhattan. Described...Show More Summary
Here are just three of the major practical applications in Jessica Martin-Weber's egalitarian marriage. The post Egalitarian Marriage, When Spouses Are Equal appeared first on The Good Men Project.
There’s no doubt Marriage equality was historic victory for equality, and a hard-earned one at that. But let’s be honest, marriage isn’t for everyone. Sure the tax benefits sound nice, but then there’s that whole “bound for life monogamy” bit that makes many feel like they just plunged into a tub of ice. Here are six alternatives to […]
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) apparently worries the song "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" might be taken seriously after the marriage equality decision. The post Steve King Believes That The Supreme Court Legalized Lawnmower Marriage appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Rep. Steve King, R-IA, told an audience while introducing GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee that the Supreme Court’s landmark marriage equality ruling means that now people can marry lawnmowers, journalist Matt Taibbi reported. Iowa Rep. Steve King, introducing Huckabee, said gay...
Right-wing leaders have spent the past month denouncing as illegitimate and tyrannical the Supreme Court's June 26 decision that declared state laws banning same-sex couples from getting married to be unconstitutional. In addition to...Show More Summary
If you look up information about Winnipeg Harvest food bank, there's really nothing on the website about it being a faith-based organization. But it's affiliated with the Bethlehem Aboriginal Fellowship Church and potential volunteer...Show More Summary
Jamaica To Hold First Gay Pride Celebration Many countries are celebrating marriage equality and gay pride celebrations but Jamaica is struggling with accepting their LGBT community as a first ever pride weekend looms…. Via Advocate: Jamaica is, sadly, a
On Wednesday, Duke Law professor Neil Siegel interviewed Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg about the triumphs and dramas of the latest term. Perhaps because Siegel is a former Ginsburg clerk, the justice was unusually expansive on a number of hot-button topics. Show More Summary
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Earlier this month, we told you about Catholic Vote’s disturbing new ad featuring individuals “coming out” as opponents of marriage equality. The “Not Alone” video shamelessly borrows the language and tone of the coming… The post This Brilliant Response to Catholic ‘Coming Out’ Against LGBT Equality Ad Will Have Your #TruthTrending – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Speaking to a group of young conservatives last week about the need to impeach Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan over marriage equality, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) proclaimed that a study trapping gays and lesbians on an is… The post Rep. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reflected on a polarizing term that featured major decisions on marriage equality, health care and housing discrimination on Wednesday evening in a conversation with Duke Law professor Neil Siegel. Show More Summary
LGBT progress, including marriage equality, motivates him to step up his 'Christian' opposition, a Nashville pastor writes. 1 - Name: w-line read more
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Thirteen counties in Alabama continue to refuse all requests for marriage licenses in an effort to avoid issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples specifically. Via the Campaign for Southern Equality: Currently, 53 of the state’s 67 counties have… The post 13 Alabama Counties Still Refuse To Issue Marriage Licenses To Straight and Gay Couples appeared first on Towleroad.
Via press release issued yesterday by the Campaign For Southern Equality: Alabama counties are missing out on thousands of dollars in revenue as a result of probate judges closing marriage license offices. The 13 counties that are not currently issuing marriage licenses are forfeiting an estimated $132,106.50 in annual revenue. Show More Summary
The actor was upset that he missed the celebrations in May, following the marriage equality vote in Ireland. read more
The Australian bobsledder is single, and currently training in Calgary, but he's waiting for marriage equality in Australia before getting hitched read more