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How Gay Friendly is Cleveland?
July 19, 2014
Two weeks ago in San Francisco, I walked past a couple of guys in my hotel lobby wearing tutus, and pretty much nothing else. No one - not me, not the hotel staff, not my kids -- batted an eyelash. And so it goes in San Francisco, where my vacation last month coincided with the city's Pride festival, a major rainbow-hued celebration of LGBT progress in a place that perhaps best defines what it means to be gay friendly. more . . . .
 
"Religious Exemption" is Really "Religious Privilege"
July 18, 2014
We have been oh so careful. How many times have we assured religious leaders that marriage equality will not mean that Catholic priests will have to start performing marriages between two lesbians? How many times have we bit our lip when a religious school has fired a gay person because he didn't set the correct example? How many times have we crafted laws to clearly allow religious organizations an out -- a way to circumvent the law because of their strongly held anti-gay religious beliefs? more . . . .
 
The Marriage Equality Wedge Has Turned
July 15, 2014
For quite a while, conservatives used marriage equality as a culture-war "wedge issue," taking advantage of the fact that the public was broadly opposed to equal-marriage rights. more . . . .
 
Will the US Supreme Court Take the Utah marriage Equality Case?
July 13, 2014
For Utah, it's Supreme Court or bust. After losing its appeal and becoming the first state in which a federal appeals court found marriage to be a fundamental right of all people -- gay, straight or otherwise -- Utah is done biding its time. The state wants resolution and finality. And it wants it now. more . . . .
 
Would Portman's Presidential Candidacy Create a Nightmare Scenario for the GOP?
July 10, 2014
So Ohio Senator Rob Portman is considering a run for president, and he claims his support for gay marriage would be a plus in a general election, allowing Republicans to make an economic case to key demographics that are culturally resistant to the GOP. "You can't become a national party unless you do a better job reaching those between 18 and 30," Portman says. more . . . .
 
 
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