Resources Related to Non-Gay Allies
Recent public opinion data show that Latinos – especially Latino Catholics – widely favor the freedom to marry, both nationwide and in key states.
In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Freedom to Marry President Evan Wolfson was invited to the University of Michigan Law School to deliver a keynote address on the struggle for civil rights in the context of marriage for same-sex couples.
A poll released by the Rhode Island Marriage Coalition (RIMC) found a majority of Rhode Island voters support the freedom to marry.
Lambda Legal, American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, the National Center for Lesbian Rights, Equality Maryland, and the American Civil Liberties Union: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Guide for same-sex couples in Maryland who married out of state.
If advocates can successfully tap into the true spirit of marriage and convince the middle that gay couples want to get married for the same reasons that straight couples do, we think we will be able to address the middle’s remaining concerns and help move that group, and the country, more quickly towards support for marriage.
A GLSEN guide to being an ally and creating safe spaces for LGBT students.
Paper paralleling the discrimination faced by both LGBT and people with disabilities, highlighting why people with disabilities should support the freedom to marry.
American Psychoanalytic Association position statement in support of the legal recognition of civil marriage for same-sex couples.
Gallup Poll overview showing public opinion growing in support of the freedom to marry.
Julian Bond addressing the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force in support of the freedom to marry.