After three years, the annual number of same-sex marriages has plateaued in Massachusetts. Anti-gay groups claim it's because gays don't really want marriage after all. Pull-out fact: 64 percent of the marriages have been between women.
The Rhode Island Supreme Court will hear a complicated lesbian divorce case: because the state recognizes same-sex marriages performed in Massachusetts, the Court must decide if R.I. can perform divorces if the married couple decides to split.
All My Children tries out a transgender storyline and falls flat on its face. GLAAD gives the show an A for effort, though.
Garden State Equality claims that of the 852 civil unions obtained thus far in New Jersey, 1 in 8 are not recognized by employers or insurers.
365Gay.com writes about increased labor support for LGBT issues both in New York and nationally.