Edie Windsor isn’t the only victor in round two; things are looking up for everyone.
In which we use adorable infographics to break down the economics of gay marriage in NYC.
So many things happened this year that weren’t terrible!
“It is ironic that much of the state’s brief passionately spews sanctimonious verbiage on the separation of powers in the governmental branches, and clear arm-twisting by the Executive on the Legislative permeates this entire process.”
Riese’s Team Pick: Gail Marquis & Audrey Smaltz, partners of 12 years, earn The NY Times’ coveted “VOWS” placement this Sunday and their story is extra-adorbs.
It’s a new internet show. With lesbians. GET EXCITED.
What I wrote on my ipad while Governor Cuomo, Christine Quinn, James Alesi and Bruce Gyory talked about our equal rights.
“If you can’t beat them, join them. And once you’re in, take them over and throw them out.”
Who doesn’t love a love story? Let’s congratulate the happy couple and learn a little more about them! I wonder how they feel about karaoke.
In which we announce the contest finalists so you can read their stories (maybe cry a little) and VOTE!
New York has filed a friend of the court brief against DOMA for forcing it to discriminate against married gay couples.
Obviously anti-gay groups are doing their best to fight marriage equality in New York State, but their best just isn’t good enough.
“As an aspiring talk show host who also happens to be a lawyer and a formerly engaged Gay American, I know a lot about the ins and outs of marriage, legally and emotionally.”
As is only reasonable given the fact that we’ve been denied access to it for all but the last decade of our nation’s history, “the institution of marriage” has come to mean something unique and unprecedented to the gay community.
“We have these television shows in which Brett Michaels has a bus of like these women and one he’s gonna end up marrying, that’s not a sacred institution.”
If you want to get married in NYC on the 24th, you’ll have to take a number. Best weekend ever? That and more on this historic moment.
Pat Robertson, Barack Obama, Archbishop Timothy Dolan, Michele Bachmann, Maggie Gallagher, the Jewish Orthodox Union, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, Ruben Diaz
Lindsay Lohan tweeted about something and we just can’t not talk about it. I’m sorry.