In 3 weeks, 3 Florida judges have ruled state marriage ban unconstitutional

Today, August 4, a judge in Broward County, FL state court struck down Florida’s ban on marriage for same-sex couples, the third marriage ruling in three weeks, following a ruling in Monroe County and Miami-Dade County.

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In the Life Media profiles Edie Windsor and her DOMA challenge

In the Life, a national LGBT-focused television program, has released a new video showcasing Edith Windsor, the 83-year-old New Yorker at the center of Windsor v. United States, one of the primary lawsuits challenging the so-called Defense of Marriage Act.

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Marriage equality isn’t revolutionary. It’s just the next step in marriage’s evolution.

Stephanie Coontz explains how marriage has been radically transformed over time and makes the case that marriage for same-sex couples is simply a logical extension of that transformation.

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Cartoon/Column: Gays in military, marriage equality are inevitable

Future Americans will look back on this moment with disdain, wondering why anyone would have thought it made sense to deny gays and lesbians the opportunity to serve their country in battle.

And, not only that, but generations to come will also find it curious that those who hold the institution of marriage sacred fought so hard to keep homosexuals from becoming old married folks.

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NOM’s Gallagher mocks pro-marriage equality Catholics

Gallagher: "Don’t pat yourselves [Catholics who support the freedom to marry] on the back for how brave you are," she said. "It takes courage to go into the public square and defend the church’s teachings on marriage."

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Illinois state lawmakers could take up civil unions this week

The Illinois General Assembly this week could consider legislation to legalize civil unions for same-sex couples, giving them many of the same legal rights as married people.

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Wharton alum champions LGBT marriage across the country

As managing director of Freedom to Marry, Scott Davenport's work reflects his passion.

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Finnish woman reveals sad state of EU rights for same-sex families

The European Commission says that existing EU law on freedom of movement gives adequate protection to same-sex couples. But the story of one family living in Paris shows how a mixture of confusion and prejudice is stripping some EU citizens of basic rights.

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Young, Gay, and Still Married

Benoit Denizet-Lewis catches up with several young gay couples he first profiled in an April 2008 cover story for The New York Times Magazine about the first generation of young married and engaged gay couples in Massachusetts.

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GLAAD’s Jarret Barrios on getting divorced

In an emotional op-ed piece in the Boston Globe, GLAAD President Jarret Barrios writes about getting divorced from his husband.

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