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Does New Mexico Already Offer Marriage Equality?

Does New Mexico Already Offer Marriage Equality?

This is 2013 with more Americans approving of same-sex marriage than being opposed to it, and with broad bipartisan support for Marriage Equality. If New Mexico State Law doesn’t prohibit same-sex marriage, why on Earth would they not be able to issue valid marriage licenses to same-sex couples?

March 19, 2013 1 comment Same-Sex Marriage
Who is harmed by same-sex marriage?

Who is harmed by same-sex marriage?

It is part of why Court rulings have most often found in favor of same-sex marriage, while popular votes have not. In the context of the court, the exact legal arguments are the basis for the decisions. In the arena of public voting, the fear mongering machines have at it, and people are sways to vote against fairness by the provocation of fears- all of which are unwarranted. But fear mongering, even fallacious fears is hard to counteract.

February 5, 2013 Comments are Disabled Activism, general, Same-Sex Marriage
Who will same-sex marriage help?

Who will same-sex marriage help?

Personally, I think this says less about “gay headline policy priorities” and more about the fact that black LGBTQ’s have not been a visible part of the LGBTQ movement all along, from a political perspective.Therefore, what is seen as “major progress” by some is still seen as very little progress by others. I also disagree with the sentence:

The language of same-sex marriage

The language of same-sex marriage

Marriage Equality is a concept worth fighting for, but a part of that battle is to name our relationships, our marriages and our weddings for what they are: same-sex where they are as valid and meaningful, and legal as anyone else’s.

August 1, 2011 Comments are Disabled general, Same-Sex Marriage
Civil Rights is a Black Issue

Civil Rights is a Black Issue

To try and suggest that racial issues are the basis of Civil Rights, is another attempt by the far right to rewrite (or at least retell) history to suit its own needs.

September 28, 2010 Comments are Disabled general

Proposition 8 and the Battle for Marriage Continues

No matter how passionate you are about Marriage Equality, it is in your best interest to understand the nuances of Walker’s decision, and what the next steps may mean. It could mean the difference between an end to Prop 8 for California, or a cornerstone for the foundation of the case that will allow Same- Sex Marriage across the entire country.

September 7, 2010 4 comments Activism, general, Same-Sex Marriage

Counter Protesting NOM

Countering NOM may make Marriage Equality supporters feel good, and let them blow off a bit of righteous steam, they also totally play into meeting NOM’s needs and help them garner publicity where they might not otherwise get any. Why are we helping them be successful, even if it makes us feel good?

August 10, 2010 2 comments Activism, general, Same-Sex Marriage
Motion to Stay May Be More Important Than Judge’s Ruling

Motion to Stay May Be More Important Than Judge’s Ruling

We know that the ruling will be appealed no matter what then decision is, and Walker, almost painfully, laid out a meticulous case so that there was no stone unturned and the court record would be as detailed as could be as the case moves through the appeals process towards the Supreme Court. But what about the time between now and the appeal?

August 4, 2010 Comments are Disabled general, Same-Sex Marriage
When Straight Couples Support Same-Sex Marriage

When Straight Couples Support Same-Sex Marriage

That’s a powerful statement! In all areas of equal rights for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgenders, that is really the name of the game. We don’t need to simply talk about it, or demand equality. We need to each look at the ways in which we can take personal responsibility. We need to get engaged. Thanks Scott Stringer!

July 13, 2010 Comments are Disabled Activism, general

Hawaii Gov Says No To Equality

Corbett has already made clear that once elected he will push for a constitutional amendment in the PA constitution that will make marriage as being only between one man and one woman, and the general consensus is that if he wins, the Republicans will also win the House, and he will have little trouble getting the constitutional amendment through both the Senate and House quickly, setting the stage for a battle at the ballot box in 2 years.

July 7, 2010 3 comments general
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