Europe may not be the best place for same-sex couples, who want to have kids. Courts, culture, and governments continue to put up roadblocks.
It appears that Ritchie’s new ballot title language has some gay marriage opponents looking for retribution.
The U.S. Census Bureau has been releasing data since June that shows how many same-sex couples there are and where they living.
I am always struck by how those who seek and work actively to limit the rights and freedoms of groups of people based on race, class, sex, gender or sexual orientation somehow always see themselves as the victims.
The widely-celebrated court decision striking down Proposition 8 is important for many reasons, not least because it underscores that reproductive and sexual rights are integrally and intimately linked.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows a rise in support for civil unions nationwide.
According to the Washington Post, the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, DC is threatening to withdraw all social services from the District of Columbia (DC) if the city does not change it’s proposed same-sex marriage law.
Only time will tell how this this week’s election and phase of ultra-conservatism among Republicans will play out. What do you predict–and how should pro-choice, pro-reproductive justice advocates respond? Let us know.
Conservatives in Congress are gearing up to fight DC’s Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Equality Amendment Act of 2009, a bill to legalize marriage for same-sex couples in the District.
Obama and the Democrats, the ostensible allies of LGBT tax-paying citizens, have repeatedly chickened out and sold out gay rights whenever flashed an opportunity to pander. And we’re sick of it.