Tag Archives: marriage equality

Away, gays! AWAY!

Once upon a time in a great country called Amurica, a federal judge in Kentucky ruled that the state could no longer refuse to recognize same-sex marriages performed out of state. Yay, right? Well it seems like us queers win … Continue reading

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Well shit, I can’t get married in North Carolina

So I’m disappointed by the outcome of the vote in North Carolina. Most of you who know me personally were probably expecting some sort of pithy slam at North Carolina voters, but when it comes to politics I find emotion … Continue reading

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Sneetches and gay marriage

2010 marks the first year some genius polltaker (I forget exactly who it was. One of those newsmagazines that likes to do all the colored maps) actually found more people in favor of legalization of gay marriage than not. That’s … Continue reading

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My Gay Manifesto

As much as I think about what we’re in a struggle for, I wonder if anybody has really put it down into nice little bullet points for popular consumption (at risk of sounding Tea Partyish, the framers of the Constitution … Continue reading

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