Gay Politics

Gay Politics

Marriage Rates Decline for Heterosexuals in America
Barely half of adults (51 percent) were married in 2011, according to ACS data, compared with 72 percent in 1960. ...
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Inspired: The Voices Against Prop 8 Featuring Cynthia Nixon, Cleve Jones, Drew Barrymore
Inspired: The Voices Against Prop 8 is a documentary film chronicling several people's lives in the wake of the passage of Proposition 8 in 2008. ...
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The Roman Catholic Hierarchy’s Devotion to Fighting Marriage Equality
The Church hierarchy invested nearly $2 million in the failed attempts to write discrimination into the Minnesota constitution and stem marriage equality in Maine, Maryland, and Washington. ...
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Meghan McCain Joins Young Conservatives for the Freedom to Marry
In addition to advocating for the freedom to marry, McCain has been outspoken on women's issues, social issues, and the diversity of the GOP. ...
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President Obama’s Address to the Nation
The President diplomatically referred to the current scandal involving Generals Petraeus, but it was a mere bookmark in his address to the U.S. ...
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Baltimore Poised to Provide Marry Land Incentives to Same-Sex Couples
Couples can obtain a civil marriage license from the state beginning January 1, 2013. ...
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Dutch Government Pride Platform Releases LGBT Military Book
The SHK has been acting in the interests of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) civilian and military personnel working within the Netherlands Defence organisation since 1987. ...
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Europe’s CEOs Convene for the First Time to Work for LGBT Equality
This is the first time so many senior leaders have convened to work for LGBT equality in Europe. ...
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Rob McKenna Concedes; Jay Inslee to Become Governor
Three days after President Obama was re-elected to office and marriage equality and pot became the proverbial “new norm,” an anticipated announcement emerged that garnered national attention: Democrat ...
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How the Faithful Voted: Candidate Support by Religion
One-quarter of 2012 voters were Catholics, including 18% who were white Catholics. By comparison, white Catholics constituted 21% of the electorate in 2000, 20% of voters in 2004 and 19% of the electorate in 2008. ...
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