Category Archives: politics

Chris Christie Learns Lessons From Prop 8?

It turns out that you can learn something from history. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has formally withdrawn his appeal to challenge a court ruling in favor of marriage equality in The Garden State. This came shortly after a ruling … Continue reading

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Time Capsule Quote of the Day: Scott Walker on Wisc. Gay Marriage

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said he didn’t think gay marriage equality would be addressed “anytime soon” by the Wisconsin lawmakers. Walker was asked the question at conference in Milwaukee. From The Huffington Post: “To change anything in the constitution … … Continue reading

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Russia’s Anti-Gay Culture: A First Person View

Vera Kichanova, a young, straight, married Russian gives us a glimpse of how empowering gay bashers feel in the wake of Russia’s gay propaganda law. From The New York Times: The men in the group were wearing plaid shirts and … Continue reading

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Washington, D.C.’s LGBT Center Faces New Hurdle in ‘Permanent’ Home

After being housed in two temporary locations, the D.C. Center thought it had finally found a permanent home, but potential redevelopment may put a crimp in those plans as well. From The Washington Blade: The D.C. Center for the LGBT … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: You Could Be Mayor in Mexico

While we are pretty familiar with some of our own city leaders who are openly gay here in the United States, Mexico is making some history by electing it’s first gay mayor. Joe Jervis, of the blog Joe. My. God. … Continue reading

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If Former First Lady, Nancy Reagan, DOES Support Marriage Equality, She Should Say So Herself

The Huffington Post is reporting on an interview with Patti Davis, daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and former First Lady Nancy Reagan, where Davis states that her mother supports gay marriage equality, but does so privately. “She does,” Davis … Continue reading

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Holding Our Breath For Justice

The cover of The Washington Blade for the week after the Supreme Court Hearings on DOMA and Prop 8. Read all the coverage

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