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An article adapted from Harvard Professor Nancy F. Cott’s expert report submitted in the case of Perry v. Schwarzenegger in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
The Southern Poverty Law Center provides a detailed listing of anti-gay groups know for their dangerous propaganda aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Evan Wolfson's speech to the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and Association of Gay & Lesbian Psychiatrists (AGLP) upon receiving the Fryer Award in Boston on October 15, 2010.
A comprehensive analysis of African Americans views on gay people and the freedom to marry.
AOL News spotlights the recent surge in support for the freedom to marry among conservatives.
Pew Poll Finds Growing Support for Freedom to Marry Among Evangelicals, Majority Support Among Youth
A comprehensive Pew poll found majority support for the freedom to marry among young people, college graduates and Catholics, with growing support among all other religious categories.
A listing of both state and national political parties that have made strong statements in support of the freedom to marry.
The 2010 Texas Lyceum poll shows that a majority of Texans support some form of legal recognition for gay and lesbian couples.
A new survey finds a majority of Americans have widened their view of what constitutes a family to include same-sex couples with children.
The Florida Third District Court of Appeal decision affirming a circuit court ruling that found a law banning gay and lesbian people from adopting children unconstitutional.
A nationwide Pew Research Center poll found the freedom to marry is the leading issue in which respondents say religious belief influences their opinion.
A memo on the unique needs of LGBT older adults and the policy and regulatory changes needed to address them.
A new AP-NCC poll is the second national poll to show that a majority of Americans support the freedom to marry.
A poll released by the Rhode Island Marriage Coalition (RIMC) found a majority of Rhode Island voters support the freedom to marry.
In its survey of marriage polls since 1988, FiveThirtyEight has found an accelerated shift in support for the freedom to marry in recent months.