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From LGBT organizations to NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg, it seems almost everyone across the nation is cheering Rhode Island for today’s vote that all but ensures the Ocean State will become America’s tenth to extend marriage to same-sex couples.
Last night Bill Clinton published in the Washington Post an op-ed claiming to explain why he signed DOMA in 1996, and said he now wants the Supreme Court to overturn it. But why?
At the Golden Globes Jodie Foster says she officially came out as “a private person,” adding, “I already did my coming out about a thousand years ago.”
In “Dear President Clinton,” New York Times’ op-ed writer Frank Bruni aptly asks today, “Where’s your apology for signing the Defense of Marriage Act?”
Kevin McClatchy, the former owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates, just came out as gay, and credits a Rick Santorum office staffer for introducing him to his partner.
Levi Johnston is planning to seek full custody of his son Tripp Palin because of how Bristol is raising the child. Who cares? You should. Here’s why.
Bristol Palin’s latest blog entry claims there is a Christians vs. gay people debate and that she is the tolerant one, forgetting that many gay people are Christian.
New York Times columnist Frank Bruni takes on Bristol Palin — over her parenting comments — and other radical right wing hypocrites, like Limbaugh and Gingrich.
Cynthia Nixon now acknowledges she is bisexual and says that being bisexual, or gay, is not a choice.
Scott Rose explores the anti-gay biased decision by NY Judge Robert B. Wiggins which allows a challenge against New York State’s gay marriage law to go to trial.
Julian Bond, the former chairman of the NAACP, supports same-sex marriage equality, as he discusses in this video produced by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).
The New York Times promotes diversity with the addition of a woman executive editor, a black managing editor, and an openly gay opinion columnist.
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