Thursday, December 18, 2008

Morning Sweep

Rick Warren, anti-gay marriage pastor of the Saddleback Church, will deliver the invocation at Obama’s inauguration, sparking the anger of many gay marriage activists. Towleroad has the Obama camp’s talking points on the reasoning behind their choice.

The City of Phoenix has established a domestic partnership registry to guarantee that same-sex couples have hospital visitation rights.

A new poll shows that 52% of Connecticut residents believe their state’s Supreme Court made the right ruling in legalizing same-sex marriage.

A British Columbia study has found that lesbian and bisexual youths are more likely to get pregnant than their straight counterparts.

A rewrite of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is cause for controversy among many, including some transgender advocates.

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