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I’m feeling particularly patriotic today, because marriage equality was recently made the law of the land here in the United States. Every once in a while, for all its flaws, this country gets it right. 323 more words


The Political Weekly: Hockey smiles as Labor Right rocks the boat

There were few winners in politics this week, but the Treasurer was definitely one of them.

 For The New Weekly.


Put those rainbows where the sun doesn't shine!

So how about we celebrate pride and individuality by all doing the same thing!

Just because you put a rainbow filter over your profile picture on facebook (really like who cares?) doesn’t automatically make you a better person. 91 more words


This Gay Pride Adaptation Of An Iconic War Photo Has Sparked A Fierce Online Debate

A photo showing gay men lifting a pride flag in the style of the 1945 flag raising by Marines on Iwo Jima has caused controversy on social media. 488 more words

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The Ninth Amendment to the United States Constitution

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

On #MarriageEquality

The progress made with the SCOTUS ruling for marriage equality is monumental. Over the past several decades, we have fought for change such as this. We’ve leapt hurdles and endured bigotry; we’ve been beaten, bruised and bloodied; we’ve died. 339 more words

Queer Horizons

by Jamie Arjona

Last Friday, following the Supreme Court ruling on “same-sex marriage”, I opened my browser and started scrolling through a glitter-bombed version of my usual newsfeeds. 1,615 more words