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Conference of Catholic Bishops launches new organization to fight equality, preserve special treatment for religious entities

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October 11, 2011

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has created a new DC-based lobbying group to fight what it calls an "unprecedented assault" on the right "to proclaim the truth of religious freedom." Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York, president of the USCCB, announced the new campaign in a letter identifying the perceived threats to religious liberty that […]

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National Single and Unmarried Americans Week ends

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September 24, 2011

Gay marriage is having the effect of spotlighting single – and it seems from this article, implicitly straight – people in this NY Times article: About 100 million Americans, nearly half of all adults, are unmarried, according to the Census Bureau — yet they tend to be overlooked by policies that favor married couples, from family-leave laws […]

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Religious marriage, post-gay

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July 24, 2011

Years of debates within the lgbt community over prioritizing access to marriage as a movement goal have stretched into decades, and I long ago gave up on hearing any new arguments on any side. Perhaps the only principle held universally in this intra-community disputation is that religious and civil marriage should be understood as separate […]

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The other gay life: raising children in the South

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January 19, 2011

From today's NY Times, excerpted: Being gay in [Jacksonville, FL] was once a lonely existence. Most people kept their sexuality to themselves, and they were reminded of the dangers of being openly gay when a gay church was bombed in the 1980s. These days, there are eight churches that openly welcome gay worshipers. One even […]

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DADT repeal process marches on

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January 7, 2011

According to Defense Secretary Gates, training troops for the end of DADT and its related policies will begin "in a very few weeks." Gates told a press conference yesterday that he had a three-step plan to implement DADT repeal:  Finalize changes in related regulations and policies, and get clearer definitions on benefits; Prepare training materials […]

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2010: From trans liberation (?) to geezers on the left and into 2011…

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December 31, 2010

As a way to close out 2010, here's the official pronouncement from the NY Times that this was a technicolor transversal year: It's certainly a statement on our times that, in the same month, James Franco graces the covers of GQ and Candy. In GQ, he appears in a moody head shot. In Candy, a style magazine dedicated to […]

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