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New Hampshire could be lost as marriage equality state

Back from Thanksgiving break, there’s so much to tell you about. If you haven’t heard yet, we’re expecting a vote this week on Civil Unions here in Illinois. However, all is not well in Queerland. […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 11 years ago 0

So many DOMA challenges, so little time!

Yesterday there were two Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) challenge in the courts. Today there are five. Adding to Gay and Lesbian Advocates (GLAD) and Defenders’ Massachusetts-based suit Gill V the Office of Personnel […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 11 years ago 1

Kirk and Giannoulias: a clear contrast

Last night in their ABC 7 Chicago WLS-TV televised debate, Mark Kirk and Alexi Giannoulias were asked about both “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” and marriage equality. Though Kirk has a point about Federal interference with […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 11 years ago 0

Its like gay news avalanche: DOJ appeals DOMA case

From the “Not Shocked” Desk in the Feast of Fun Newsroom comes this one fresh over from Chris Geidner at MetroWeekly: “In a move expected by most legal observers, the U.S. Department of Justice this […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 11 years ago 0

This Is What We’re Fighting For

This is simply beautiful.  Who would not want this?

Posted in: Culture & Style, Videos 11 years ago 0

Prop 8 bombshell: Take that, Dan Savage, it WAS the ads!

Score yet another point in the column for not being racist. What is that, 93,000,000 points by now? Despite some folks’ best efforts to pin Prop 8 on the straight black community or Fresno or […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 11 years ago 7

UK to Get Full Gay Marriage Rights

Britain has an unusual coalition of two political parties running the country. Although the prime minister is a conservative (the Tory Party), the much more liberal — and smaller — Liberal Democrats are an equal […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 12 years ago 0

Will Hawaii Governor say “Aloha” or “Aloha” to Civil Unions today?

Today is the last day that Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle (R) can veto the state’s Civil Unions bill–and both supporters and opponents are biting their nails to see what this Diane Keaton doppelganger will do. […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 12 years ago 4

It Pays to Be Gay At Google!

Have you ever heard of the “gay tax?” Google has, and they’re doing something about it. In a post to the official Google Blog, the search engine behemoth of a company has announced two great […]

Posted in: News & Rumors, People, Politics & Activism 12 years ago 2

European Court of Human Rights Rules That States Are Not Obliged to Allow Gay Marriage

European states are not bound by human rights laws to allow homosexual couples to marry, a judgement of the European Court of Human Rights said Thursday. The court, in rejecting the case of an Austrian […]

Posted in: Images, News & Rumors, Politics & Activism 12 years ago 6