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Tag Archives: gay marriage
He’d be amusing, sort of, if he weren’t so powerful. Continue reading
From Equinox to Easter via Cesar Chavez, Holly Simonsen on eggs, family and gay marriage in Utah.
When the men and women of the LGBT community first marched in 1970, little did they know they were marching for more than their own rights.
A man was killed last Friday night. A gay man in the West Village. Jeff Nishball writes about Mark Carson’s murder and the state of homophobia today.
If same-sex couples are denied a right to marry, based on the specious argument that marriage has always been between one man and one woman, the rights of ALL citizens are in danger.