Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Morning Sweep

As the momentum to pass marriage grows in the New Jersey legislature, Republican legislators have expressed a desire to put a constitutional amendment to limit marriage to one man and one woman on the 2010 ballot.

Yesterday was "Family Day" 2009, and Obama's proclamation included praise for all families, "whether children are raised by two parents, a single parent, grandparents, a same-sex couple, or a guardian."

A decade after "The Laramie Project" premiered, a sequel will debut at theaters nationwide on Oct. 12. The epilogue includes a prison interview with one of Matthew Shepard's killers, depicting him as candid but not remorseful over the murder.

The Washington Post highlights the important research done by the Multicenter AIDS Study, a 25-year-long project studying AIDS/HIV and prevention practices among over 7,000 gay participants.

Openly gay German leader Guido Westerwelle is expected to be named foreign minister in the new German government.

1 comment:

sandy warshaw said...

Some people are blaming the Florida discrimination on the retirees - this is "ageism" that ESPA and all lgbt advocates have to counter.

Florida is run by the conservatives in the north, not the retirees in the south.