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marriage equality

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Neil Patrick Harris Explains Why Labels Sometimes Matter

NPH would like his longtime partner/boyfriend/what-have-you to be called his “husband,” please: “I`m not the biggest fan of the word `partner`. It either means that

January 19, 2012 Blog
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Suze Orman Discusses the Financial Issues of Marriage Equality

Take that, gay Republicans: [h/t Think Progress

January 12, 2012 Blog
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This Is What “Pro-Family” Actually Looks Like [UPDATED]

The Religious Right may cynically use the term, but they certainly don’t own it. Here, a Republican straight guy in New Hampshire, standing up for

January 12, 2012 Blog
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LGBTs for Ron Paul — Huh?

I must confess that I’m truly baffled by the level of support I’m seeing among my friends for presidential candidate Ron Paul. While the number

January 10, 2012 Blog
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Twin Cities Bishop to Priests: Toe the Line on Marriage or Keep Your Mouth Shut

Wow. Saint Paul and Minneapolis Archbishop John Nienstedt (Remember him? The one who turned the Catholic Mass and that church’s holiest sacrament into a weapon

January 06, 2012 Blog, Opinion
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U.S. Catholic Church’s Chief Homophobe Gets Promotion

Some things never change. One of the unshakable axioms of the Catholic church is that bishops who toe the line get promoted. This morning, the

January 06, 2012 Blog
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Sign Petition: NH Republican Fights for Marriage Equality out of Love for Gay Brother

Since Evan and I have been blogging about it for some time now, TWO readers are likely familiar with the attacks on marriage equality in

January 06, 2012 Blog
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Washington Governor Supports Marriage Equality

State by state, politician by politician, voter by voter… Washington Governor Chris Gregoire announced her support for gay marriage legislation on Wednesday, potentially putting the

January 04, 2012 Blog
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Eric Cantor’s Wife: Marriage Equality Supporter

It’s becoming a typical story: Republican wingnut politician is politically anti-gay because it’s necessary for the rube vote, while his wife either secretly or publicly

January 02, 2012 Blog
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Happy Anniversary, Baker v. Vermont

Twelve years ago today, the Vermont Supreme Court handed down its decision in the landmark case Baker v. Vermont. The unanimous decision held that existing

December 20, 2011 Blog
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