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On That Tennessee Marriage Equality Ruling
August 15, 2014
It finally happened. After a string of court victories for marriage equality, Circuit Court Judge Russell E. Simmons Jr., upheld Tennessee's amendment against same-sex marriage, becoming the first jurist to uphold such a ban since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down part of the Defense of Marriage Act last year. more . . . .
 
Bisexuals Need to Come Out
August 10, 2014
...But part of it really does point to a long-standing challenge when it comes to bisexual visibility: Your sexuality may exist inside your head, but most people are going to judge your orientation by who you're partnered with. And so monogamous married people tend to "read" as gay or straight, but some may actually be bisexual. "When you're bisexual or pansexual, but you're in a long-term relationship, your bi/pansexuality can become invisible," Greta Christina, the author of Coming Out Atheist and expert on all things coming out sexuality-related or not, explained to me. "People often assume that you're gay or straight, based on who you're involved with now--and it kind of eradicates your history and your identity." more . . . .
 
Could Marriage Equality Hit a Bump at the Sixth Circuit?
August 2, 2014
Marriage equality has had a very good run in the federal courts ever since the Supreme Court declared the anti-gay Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional in 2013. Every single federal court to consider the question has sided with marriage equality, although two federal appellate judges have dissented from this consensus view in the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fourth and the Tenth Circuits. more . . . .
 
Gays and the Political Psychology of Disgust
July 27, 2014
When Michael Sam kissed his boyfriend on television to celebrate his successful draft into the NFL, some viewers were disgusted. The charged comments that followed demonstrated that when it comes to public displays of gay affection, some people have a gut reaction to recoil. But why? The answer to that question is not fully known, but scientists are beginning to establish an understanding of how biology and the environment may interact to form such reactions. more . . . .
 
Does Discussing the Economic Benefits Cheapen the Argument for Marriage Equality?
July 26, 2014
Just about every time a state debates same-sex marriage, a report emerges giving a multimillion-dollar figure to how much the state's economy would be boosted by all those weddings. Gay-marriage supporters then tout the studies as another good reason to support recognition of such unions. more . . . .
 
 
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