Friday, May 18, 2007

Morning Sweep

In an editorial supporting marriage equality, Downtown Express points out the significance of Shelly Silver's announcement that he'd conference the marriage bill during this legislative session.

A columnist from the Hartford Courant draws upon the beliefs of an old Puritan in her argument for making gay marriage legal in Connecticut.

NPR on the mainstreaming of gay culture.

Transgender New Yorkers are stepping up their efforts get movement on the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). New York's bill--the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act--is currently making its way through the committee process in the Assembly, but has a record number of supporters this year (94 in the Assembly and 27 in the State Senate).

David Mixner features a column by Herb Hamsher, Board Member of the Point Foundation, which explains why supporting and empowering LGBT youth is so important to the well-being of our community and the future of our movement.

The race to fill the 65th Assembly District (Manhattan's Upper East Side) is heating up.

1 comment:

KipEsquire said...

How is that last item in any way a gay issue?