The Haitian Senate passed a bill last week that would prohibit public support for LGBTQ rights as well as further criminalize same-sex marriage, which is already illegal. It must still be approved by the Chamber of Deputies, and LGBTQ rights organiza… Read The post Haiti May Ban Public Support for LGBTQ Rights, Set Prison Term for Gay Marriage appeared first on Towleroad.
A gay rights group in Haiti says it is fighting to head off a proposed law that would ban same-sex marriage and prohibit any public demonstrations in favor of LGBTQ … Click to Continue »
Agence France-Presse reports: A vote by the Haitian Senate to ban gay marriage as well as “public demonstration of support” for homosexuality reflects the will of the people, the chamber’s president has said. The Senate approved a bill...Show More Summary
Let’s start the day off with some good news. You never know: it might be the last we get today. Here’s the latest on same-sex marriage from Pew Research: Everyone is getting more comfortable with gay marriage: all ages, all races, all religions, and all parties. On the other hand, I guess we still have […]
For the first time, the GOP is evenly split when it comes to support for same-sex marriage. According to a recently released Pew Research Center report, 47 percent of Republicans now support gay marriage, while 48 percent do not. This is a significant shift from 2013, when nearly two thirds of Republicans opposed it. Show More Summary
The Washington Examiner reports: Support for gay marriage among U.S. adults hit 62 percent in June, the highest level ever recorded, according to a Pew Research poll released Monday. The June 8-18 survey found just under one-third of Americans do not support same-sex marriage, further increasing the gap between advocates and opponents. Show More Summary
A new Pew Research survey finds that by a margin of nearly two-to-one, 62% to 32%, more Americans now say they favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry than say they are opposed. “Views on same-sex marriage have shifted dramatically [...]
A quarter-century ago. Now, he’s an education administrator and running for Orrin Hatch’s U.S. Senate seat. The post A 12-year-old Mormon in Ultra Right-Wing Utah County Supported Gay Marriage appeared first on The Good Men Project.
From FoxNews: The Tennes family has been farming in Michigan for generations. They grow all sorts of crops at the Country Mill Farm – organic apples, blueberries, pumpkins, sweet corn. And for the past seven years, Steve Tennes and his family have sold their produce at the farmer’s market owned by the city of East Lansing. Show More Summary
Andy Murray voiced his support for gay marriage in the wake of controversial comments from Margaret Court but believes any player action should come before next year's Australian Open.
Australian tennis great Margaret Court earned 24 singles Grand Slam titles, the standing record in women’s tennis, during her career in the 1960s and ’70s, but less illustrious is her nearly as long-standing opposition to LGBT rights. In… Read The post Tennis Legend Margaret Court Boycotts Qantas for Its Support of Gay Marriage appeared first on Towleroad.
The ice cream company, with a long history of LGBT support, is attempting to pressure the government Down Under with scoop limits.
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Hornet’s #WeAreOne Campaign: 12 International Messages of Support for IDAHOT With the dual purpose of supporting IDAHOT and gay marriage in Taiwan, the campaign has spawned numerous messages from around the world Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Change. The post Gallup: Republican support for legalizing gay marriage approaches 50%, a new high appeared first on Hot Air.
Here's a bit more good news for you today. In Gallup's latest poll, 64 percent of Americans say same-sex marriage should be legal. Even Republicans are getting on board: in the past four years, support for gay marriage among Republicans has shot up from 28 percent to 47 percent. At least a few things are going right these days.
A record high number of adults say that gay marriage should be legal in the United States, according to a new poll released on Monday. Gallup first started tracking the question in 1996, and 68 percent then said gay marriage shouldn’t be legally valid. Show More Summary
Acceptance for gays and lesbians has peaked, too.
The evangelical restaurant chain has pulled back on its public support for natural marriage in recent years.
Alan Joyce, the openly gay boss of Qantas, said he will press charges against a man who pied him to protest the CEO’s “corporate bullying” over same-sex marriage. 67-year-old Tony Overheu, a former farmer and devout Christian, shoved...Show More Summary