Monthly Archives: July 2013

Florida LGBT group seeks plaintiffs in marriage fight

From the WisconsinGazett.com: Florida’s largest state LGBT civil rights group is advertising for potential plaintiffs to challenge the state constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. Equalify Florida issued the call for potential plaintiffs less than a week after the U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: The Sequel: Yearbook’s ‘Cutest Couple’ Goes to the Prom

A few posts back I introduced you all to the two guys who were voted as the ‘cutest couple’ in their yearbook. The blog, Towleroad, points us to a follow video interview with the guys: See the orignial Towleroad blog … Continue reading

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Why DOES Alec Baldwin Get A ‘Pass’ From the LGBT Community

This is the question Anderson Cooper posed on his twitter account (@andersoncooper): “Why does #AlecBaldwin get a pass when he uses gay slurs? If a conservative talked of beating up a “queen” they would be vilified.” The question was posed … Continue reading

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Where To Next, Marriage Equality?

Erin McClam, Staff Writer at NBC News gives us the roundup of 10 states where marriage equality may happen next: Illinois: Gay marriage almost passed the Legislature this spring, but a Democratic state representative tearfully told his colleagues that he … Continue reading

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Why Marriage Equality Won, and will Continue to Do So

Years from now there will be a lot of analysis, writings, films and documentaries about this time in history that we are going through. Scholars, historians and filmmakers will examine our movement to try and determine just what it was … Continue reading

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