Gay City News writes on the Union Square demonstration in support of Vermont marriage, and advocates who want New York to be next heading to Equality & Justice Day on April 28.
Although the Governor’s same-sex marriage bill will be a step in the right direction, Pride Agenda Executive Director Alan Van Capelle clarifies that Paterson’s vote-and-see-what-happens statement isn’t ideal.
Liz Benjamin provides more insight into the Gov’s recent comments on his same-sex marriage bill.
The New York Times’ Susan Dominus writes humorously on our state’s slower-than-desired progress toward same-sex marriage.
Paul Peter Jesep, a Schenectady bishop in a branch of the Eastern Orthodox Church, writes in the Albany Times-Union in support of marriage equality.
An 11-year-old Massachusetts boy who hanged himself after repeated anti-gay bullying in school is tragically shedding light on the issue through significant coverage by the LGBT media.
The Washington Post writes on the increasing number of anti-gay religious groups and individuals who are having their discriminatory practices struck down by state non-discrimination laws.
One polling expert has used some fancy stats to reveal his prediction that based on changing attitudes, most states will have same-sex marriage by 2016. Some might say it's fuzzy math – but it sounds good to us!