Monday, July 23, 2007

Morning Sweep

New York Magazine this week features a long article on gay men who lead double lives: married (to a woman) with children on the one hand, and meeting up secretly with men on the other. Says one: "Without Craigslist I would probably just be a normal married guy who occasionally flirted on the subway."

The Glens Falls Post-Star goes in-depth with Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward, the lawmaker and mother of a gay man who made perhaps the most memorable and convincing argument in favor of the marriage bill during the June 19 debate on the Assembly floor.

New Jersey governor Jon Corzine is getting involved in the mess caused by the numerous instances of unequal treatment under the state's civil unions law.

“I refuse to label people. We’re all just people made out of the same old dirt, and God didn’t make any junk.” Tammy Faye Messner died on Friday at the age of 65.

The U.N.'s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) voted to recognize two gay groups after dramatic opposition from some not-so-gay-friendly countries.

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