I’m here, I’m queer and I’m spreading the cheer.
Watching the news, reading the paper and browsing my favorite blogs, I am reminded that “cheer” isn’t on many of our minds this holiday season.
Today is 20th Anniversary of World AIDS Day
Today marks the 20th anniversary of World AIDS Day, founded in 1988. It was created to bring awareness to the HIV pandemic and its challenges.
International Transgender Day of Remembrance
Today is the 10th annual International Transgender Day of Remembrance, commemorating the lives of transgender people lost to anti-transgender violence over the past year. Advocates
Have You Declared Your Family Equal?
In response to the anti-family ballot measures passed in four states last week, Family Equality Council has launched a visibility campaign for LGBT families —
The 2008 Election – The Joy of Obama and The Pain of The Hateful Anti-LGBT Amendments
I have taken a few days to process the impact of the 2008 election. On the one hand Barack Obama’s landslide has provided me the
REACT EQUALITY: Your Thoughts on the Results of Election ’08
In response to the passage of Prop 102, Act 1, Amendment 2 and Prop 8, the Family Equality Council has launched DECLARE YOUR FAMILY EQUAL,
Election Update: Family Equality Council Staff Working Hard in MA, MN, CA, CT, VA & NH!
It’s Time to Vote! Today’s the day! If you haven’t already cast your ballot, you’ve got 4-8 hours, depending on where you live, to make
Parent Power: Family Engagement in Election 08
Election Day is one week from today. In California, Arizona, Florida, Arkansas and many other states and communities, our families’ health and security are at
Join Us October 29 for Write to Marry Day
Please join bloggers around the country and around the world on Wednesday, October 29 to blog in support of marriage equality for same-sex couples and
10 Things You Can Do to Stop the Props
Florida’s Prop 2, California’s Prop 8, Arizona’s Prop 102: You know what they are. You’ve given money to fight them. (If you haven’t, stop right
Momentum Building Against Arkansas Adoption Ban?
Earlier this week we reported on Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe’s softening support for restricting foster care and adoption to married, heterosexual couples in his state.
CT Marriage: Jennifer Chrisler Applauds Ruling, Calls for Action in Other States
Families and friends! This is an historic ruling and an historic day! I wish I could join Connecticut families at the state house rally tonight