The European court’s hidden but hopeful message on the freedom to marry

The right to marry remains subject primarily to national and not European law, but an Austrian couple have nudged the Council of Europe's 47 states closer to a consensus.

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Iceland prime minister weds as freedom to marry legalized

Johanna Sigurdardottir, Iceland prime minister, married her long-time partner on Sunday as a new law legalizing marriage equality came into force.

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The freedom to marry is a generational issue

The freedom to marry is a generational issue for several reasons, as the Newsweek correspondent and blogger Katie Connolly points out.

Obviously being from one generation or another does not prevent someone from supporting equality, but the trend is worth noting.

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Gays in China speak up

Four centuries after China pioneered female same sex unions (there were occasionally male ones also) and less than a decade after homosexuality was declassified as a mental illness by the ruling Communist Party, campaigners for the freedom to marry for China’s 60 million gays and lesbians are finding a large audience for their views.

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Listen: Freedom to Marry’s Sean Eldridge discusses marriage equality with Karl Frisch

Sean Eldridge, Communications Director at Freedom to Marry, discusses marriage equality with Karl Frisch on the Leslie Marshall Show, June 11, 2010.

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Worlds apart

Federal law gives gay citizens with foreign partners tough choices: Leave the U.S.A. Lose your love. Break the law.

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Iceland passes freedom to marry law in unanimous vote

Iceland, the only country in the world to have an openly gay head of state, passed a law on Friday honoring the freedom to marry in a vote which met with no political resistance.

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DOMA’s deserted isle

As President Obama further extends federal-employee benefits to same-sex partners, one of the world's most isolated spots grabs a moment of notoriety.

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Wayne Besen: The tipping point on LGBT equality has arrived

Wayne Besen writes about several factors that show an increased acceptance of LGBT people and LGBT relationships in the U.S.

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One very gay time

Deb Price writes about the changes in her personal relationship and America in general since the beginning of her ground-breaking nationally syndicated column in a mainstream newspaper about life from a gay perspective.

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