Tag Archives: Marriage Equality

Do DOMA Reactions Reveal Challenges of Tentative Progress?

One tiny move towards equality and the right responds with a deluge of attack. Where are the big guns of the LGBT community? Can we please get mad, for once? And then, you know, stay mad?

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To Praise or Not To Praise Obama for the DOMA Decision?

The big question we have to ask about yesterday’s DOJ DOMA decision is: Why now?

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Obama “Evolves” a Bit and Other Tidbits on Marriage Equality

Zack’s still sick, but it was important day for marriage equality. Here’s a rundown of the happenings.

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Indiana Conservatives Gloat Messages of Anti-Gay Tyranny

The state of Indiana is going above and beyond what could possibly be necessary to prevent marriage equality, and with such confidence comes untamed rhetoric that reveals the vile intentions of its social conservatives.

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NOM’s Excuse for Research Methodology

NOM thinks they know how to conduct an unbiased poll. They don’t.

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Central Pennsylvanians Show Valentines Love for Marriage Equality

In an annual Valentine’s Day show of support, 40 supporters of marriage equality braved harsh winds to get the message out to rush-hour traffic.

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PA Legislators Kickoff LGBT Freedom Week Supporting Same-Sex Couples

PA State Senator Daylin Leach and Representative Mark Cohen each introduced bills today extending rights to same-sex couples in the Commonwealth.

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Topsy Turvy World: My Ongoing Dialogue with Peter LaBarbera

Who would have thought that the infamous anti-LGBT AFTAH leader Peter LaBarbera and I could engage in a meaningful discussion? Take a look at the dialogue so far.

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Then Why Bother With a State Constitution At All?

Individuals who try to regress societal norms through state constitutions, as was attempted in Iowa, should be viewed as opponents of the state itself. They are not patriots; they are traitors who don’t respect their own founding documents.

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The 2011 State of the Union: Meh

If the President’s State of the Union was meant to make him look more centrist it worked; for everything he said that I liked, there was something he said to cancel it out.

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