More Exercise, Less TV, More Equality? What Are Your Resolutions for 2009?
Conventional wisdom has it that people don’t stick to their New Year’s resolutions very well. This probably has more to do with the kinds of
Presidents, Parents, Pioneers, Oh MY!
Any way you slice it, 2008 was a BIG year–historic elections, historic crises, gains for equality and setbacks, as well. Through it all we were
Rick Warren: Wrong Choice for Inaugural Invocation
Jennifer Chrisler, Executive Director of Family Equality Council, has released the following statement to the media regarding President-elect Obama’s offensive choice of Rick Warren to
New York Governor’s Marriage Directive: Gift that Keeps on Giving!
A few months back we told you about New York Governor David Paterson’s move towards marriage equality in New York State. The Governor issued a
Correction: MTPC lead sponsor of MA transgender nondiscrimination bill
Last week Jennifer Chrisler, Executive Director of Family Equality Council, published an op-ed on Huffington Post. Her piece addressed “Stonewall 2.0,” or the idea that
Jennifer Chrisler on Huffington Post, Addresses “Stonewall 2.0”
Jennifer Chrisler, Executive Director of Family Equality Council, has just published an op-ed on Huffington Post, the leading online newspaper. Millions of people read Huffington
New Poll Shows Americans’ True Feelings on LGBT People, Adoption Rights
A new national poll released this week shows that a majority of Americans favor most rights and benefits for LGBT people, and that attitudes towards
A New Moment for Equality?
Many in our community are wondering whether the anti-family results of Election Day and the national reaction that followed signals a new moment for the
TONIGHT: Live Blog with Leaders of the CA, AR & FL Marriage Amendment Fights
Our friends over at the Bilerico Project are hosting a live blog tonight, starting at 7pm EST, with Nadine Smith (ED, Equality Florida), Kate Kendell
LGBT Foster Parents, Children Respond to Anti-Family Votes in Federal Way Paper
Family Equality Council supporter Rachel Smith-Mosel submitted a letter to the editor to her local paper, the Federal Way Mirror, reacting to the passage of
We Should Engage in Thoughtful, not Divisive Dialogue on Anti-Family Votes
Dear Families and Friends, LGBT families are at a crossroads. Nationwide we have made great change over the last several years, participating in our communities,
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 —