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Marching for Equality in Memphis

Yesterday was a special day in Memphis, Tennessee. Black people, white people, gay people, straight people, transgender people, [insert minority and/or majority here], etc., gathered

October 12, 2010 Blog
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Re: The Mid-Term Elections

The mid-term elections are now just under a month away.  LGBT people are, understandably, frustrated with the slow progress of things like DADT repeal, ENDA,

October 05, 2010 Blog
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Jane Hamsher on How Anti-Gay Laws Affect LGBT Youth

What Jane says here is so true.  Part of it is society and the messages we send.  Part of it is the Religious Right, and

October 01, 2010 Blog
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Christopher Hitchens, Eugene Robinson on the Hypocrisy of Bishop Eddie Long

Hitch has a lot to say in this piece at Slate, but it’s not the angle you may be expecting in denouncing Bishop Eddie Long:

September 28, 2010 Blog
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Joseph Farah: Penis Must Conquer Vagina for Marriage to be Real!

Joseph Farah is at it again, arguing that marriage is not marriage unless a penis has conquered a vagina, because of that time-honored passage in

September 24, 2010 Blog
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Minorities Standing Up For Each Other — It Goes Both Ways

I just stumbled across a really neat piece from a Muslim American author and activist named Melody Moezzi, where she takes the position that, despite

September 22, 2010 Blog
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Latest Poll on Marriage Equality Shows Majority Support

The tipping point:  we are at it. A narrow majority of Americans support allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry, a new AP poll released

September 20, 2010 Blog
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Study: Majority of Americans Include Married Gay Couples, Gay Parents in Definition of ‘Family’

Here’s another part of the so-called “culture wars” that we’ve won: A majority of Americans now say their definition of family includes same-sex couples with

September 15, 2010 Blog
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The Next DADT Case Going to Trial

Yep, there’s another one. Major Margaret Witt, a flight nurse in the Air Force [because medical care is only important, as long as the nurse

September 13, 2010 Blog
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DADT Repeal: Next Steps

In the wake of the court decision which declared Don’t Ask Don’t Tell unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds, people may be curious where things go

September 10, 2010 Blog
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