The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the U.S. Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry, handing a historic triumph to the American gay rights movement. 617 more words
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I think the unifying theme for every person in their 20’s, regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation, is that none of us really has a clue what we’re doing. 305 more words
Matthew Parris, in a characteristically elegant essay in this week’s magazine, complains about the rubbish quality of the arguments against gay marriage in the wake of the Irish Referendum; so very different from the kind of intellectually coherent Christian discourse that we used to get from the likes of Malcolm Muggeridge, C.S. 203 more words
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Kevin Thornton answers a strongly worded message on Twitter–TGP just had to share Kevin’s remarks and applaud him!
Government has NO RIGHT to direct religious organizations to recognize gay or any other marriage for that matter. 891 more words
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“We can pass all of the laws we want and talk about public policy until we run out of air, but until our society stops thinking of queer people as deviant or corrupt or sinful or in any way less than non-queer people, nothing is going to change,” said Noah Michelson, editorial director of The Huffington Post Voices and founding editor of HuffPost Gay Voices.
By The Guardian, Agencies and staff writers
Archbishop Martin of Ireland voted no in the historic Irish referendum and believes the nation’s decision to accept gay marriage a social revolution. 718 more words