Resources Related to Youth

Polling Tracks Growing and Increasingly Diverse Support for the Freedom to Marry

A listing of marriage polling at the federal, national, and state level.

Speech: Is the Freedom to Marry Inevitable?

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.

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.

Survey Finds Growing Acceptance of Gay Families

A new survey finds a majority of Americans have widened their view of what constitutes a family to include same-sex couples with children.

Majority of College Freshmen Support the Freedom to Marry

A survey conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute found that 65 percent of college freshmen supported the freedom to marry.

New Poll Finds A Majority of Young Adults Support the Freedom to Marry

A recent Washington Post/ABC News poll found that a solid majority of adults younger than 30 support the freedom to marry.

Report Finds Significant Support for the Freedom to Marry among Young Religious Americans

A report by Faith in Public found significant support for the freedom to marry among young religious Americans.

Gay and Lesbian Youth Want Long-Term Couple Relationships and Raising Children

Study of the wants and needs of gay and lesbian youth.

Children’s book Uncle Bobby’s Wedding charms with effortless inclusion

An LGBT-inclusive children's book about an anthropomorphic young guinea pig who worries that Uncle Bobby won't keep having fun with her after he marries his boyfriend Jamie.

A Portrait of “Generation Next”

Pew Research study of the attitudes of "Generation Next"

Black same-sex households in the United States: A report from the 2000 Census

Analysis demonstrating the disproportionate harm black same-sex couples suffer from the exclusion of same sex couples from marriage.