Postedon Nov 09, 2010 at 04:20 pm
A Brazilian man who was recently reunited with his Massachusetts husband when federal officials temporarily allowed him into the U.S. said he could face deportation because the attorney general won't reverse the immigration ruling that initially separated the couple.
Postedon Oct 29, 2010 at 03:00 pm
As managing director of Freedom to Marry, Scott Davenport's work reflects his passion.
Postedon Oct 29, 2010 at 01:30 pm
Former Executive Director of MassEquality, Marc Solomon, will join Freedom to Marry as a Senior Consultant November 4, 2010.
Postedon Oct 26, 2010 at 03:00 pm
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.
Postedon Oct 26, 2010 at 01:30 pm
In a faith where the traditional family is deeply woven into theology and where there is seemingly no line between religion and culture, the potential losses for LGBT Mormons who come out can be devastating.
Postedon Oct 18, 2010 at 02:00 pm
Wedding businesses were just as excited as equal rights groups when marriage equality became legal in the Granite State earlier this year.
It opened up a new market during one of the worst economic periods the country has ever seen.
Postedon Oct 11, 2010 at 01:00 pm
On Oct. 10, 2008, the Connecticut Supreme Court legalized marriage for same-sex couples, and since then an estimated 2,500 gay and lesbian couples have traveled here to be joined, generating what one economist calculates has been a $40 million stimulus for restaurants, hotels, wedding photographers and caterers.
Postedon Sep 28, 2010 at 03:00 pm
In a guest post on Human Rights Campaign's "NOM Exposed" website, Freedom to Marry comments on NOM's anti-gay summer tour and on what still needs to be done to move marriage equality forward.
Postedon Sep 28, 2010 at 09:30 am
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is seeking to head off the legalization of the freedom to marry in Rhode Island by seeking the right to spend thousands of dollars on TV and radio ads for and against candidates for governor and the General Assembly, free from the state’s contribution limits and “extensive reporting requirements.”