Pride for Pride’s Sake
Aside from brief work trips over the years and a period where I lived in New Jersey and commuted into the city, it’s been 12
We Shall Overcome
The past few weeks have been an emotional upheaval for LGBT families in MN. This past Saturday night the state legislature voted 70-62 to place
Calls to Ball
It was misty yesterday morning as I drove into SD-40, the district of New York State Senator Greg Ball. I met up with David Giller
Family Equality Working For Marriage In New York
I just got off the phone with David Giller, the organizer I’ll be working with in the Hudson Valley. He’s been on the ground for
No Marriages This Week in CA; On Hold Indefinitely
The AP reports: SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court put same-sex weddings in California on hold indefinitely Monday while it considers the constitutionality of
Prop. 8 Judge Issues Pro-Family Ruling in Landmark Case
Opinion favors gay families, strong family values; Chrisler to LGBT parents: celebrate today, get to work tomorrow Boston, MA—A U.S. District Court judge ruled the
Mariage Equality Arguments That Worked
David Boise, one of the rockstar lawyers fighting the gay marriage ban in California, discussed at the Aspen Ideas Festival how his legal team swayed
Defense of Marriage Act Beginning To Crack
Today the U.S. District Court for the First Circuit found Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional and found that married same-sex
Kudos to Kathleen
Congrats to Washington Post conservative columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner Kathleen Parker who has, like so many conservatives recently, seen the light around marriage equality
New Research Reinforces 25 Years of Findings That LGBT People Make Good Parents
Prominent parenting scholars Judith Stacey and Timothy Biblarz have released a new study comparing two-parent, same-gender headed families with two-parent, different-gender headed families. Their study,
Jennifer Chrisler’s speaks to NPR regarding Prop 8 Trial
Earlier today Executive Director Jennifer Chrisler was a guest panelist on National Public Radio’s To the Point discussing the current Proposition 8 trial in California.
No Ballot Measure to Reverse Marriage Equality in D.C.
Moments ago, the D.C. Superior Court upheld the decision of the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics and the right and responsibility of the D.C.