Marriage equality becomes the law of the land Finally! A massive victory! Gay marriage is now legal nationwide 🙂
Landmark: Supreme Court Rules Same-Sex Marriage Legal Nationwide 🙂 Same-sex marriages are now legal across the entirety of the United States after a historic supreme court ruling that declared attempts by conservative states to ban them unconstitutional. In what may … Continue reading
How Mexico Quietly Legalized Same-Sex Marriage Same-sex marriage has been advancing steadily in Latin America. Argentina was the first to legalize it, in 2010, followed by Brazil and Uruguay, and other countries have been taking steps along this path. Mexico’s … Continue reading
Ireland says ‘yes’ to legalizing gay marriage in historic referendum
Freedom to discriminate? Controversial Arizona bill takes step toward becoming law Seriously, I cannot tolerate or get down with hate states such as Arizona, Kansas, Tennessee, South Dakota, Oregon, Maine (yes you read that right, Oregon & Maine!), Idaho, Texas, … Continue reading
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Almost one in six Americans marrying outside their race or ethnicity today. I highly encourage everyone to check out HBO’s “The Loving Story”. It’s about this beautiful couple who were arrested, threatened and eventually had to flea the South just … Continue reading
…making the state the 16th to allow same-sex marriage.
Gay Marriages Get Recognition From the I.R.S. All same-sex couples who are legally married will be recognized as such for federal tax purposes, even if the state where they live does not recognize their union. Right on. It’s about frickin’ … Continue reading
Gay Marriage Is Legal In Britain As Queen Gives Royal Stamp Of Approval LONDON — Britain has legalized gay marriage after Queen Elizabeth II gave her royal stamp of approval. House of Commons Speaker John Bercow told lawmakers that the … Continue reading
Prop 8 Is Dead, but Court Doesn’t Legalize Gay Marriage Proud to be a Californian right about now 🙂 We will now be the 13th state to legalize same sex marriage. Wish we had been first, but I’ll take 13. … Continue reading
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