Postedon Jun 09, 2011 at 03:29 pm
A Long Island firefighter talks about why he supports the freedom to marry in New York.
Postedon Jun 06, 2011 at 04:24 pm
Today, New Yorkers United for Marriage – the coalition that Freedom to Marry helped create and co-leads – released its second statewide television ad as part of the coalition’s campaign to pass legislation that would allow gay and lesbian couples to marry in the state of New York.
Postedon May 03, 2011 at 08:11 am
As the New York legislature comes back into session this week, Freedom to Marry and New Yorkers United for Marriage—the new coalition we founded with Empire State Pride Agenda, the Human Rights Campaign, Log Cabin Republicans of New York, and Marriage Equality New York—are stepping up our campaign to move a marriage bill in Albany and get it to Governor Cuomo’s desk.
Postedon Apr 26, 2011 at 01:54 pm
For as long as Shari can remember, her uncles Ron & Tom have been together. But because of DOMA now Ron may have to give up the home he shared with Tom, who died in March. Watch Ron & Tom's story and then take action and tell Congress to put an end to the "gay tax" caused by DOMA.
Postedon Apr 08, 2011 at 02:56 pm
As a leading strategist for the National Organization for Marriage came out in support of the freedom to marry today, our Online Organizer Cameron Tolle reflects on the power of personal stories in changing hearts and minds.
Postedon Mar 17, 2011 at 08:15 am
A binational couple explains why they're donating to Freedom to Marry in honor of their own marriage.
Postedon Mar 16, 2011 at 12:07 pm
Robbie and Allen are trying to win Crate & Barrel's Ultimate Wedding Contest. They're currently in second place – can you help them make it to first?
Postedon Mar 14, 2011 at 08:35 am
As part of our new national education campaign Why Marriage Matters, we're telling the stories of gay couples to show that they want to get married for the same reasons as anyone: love, family, and commitment. Kate and Nicole say they're doubly lucky – because they found each other, and because they were able to get married in their home state of California during the brief window when it was legal.