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DOMA Ruling Clears Path for Binational Couples

DOMA Ruling Clears Path for Binational Couples

by on June 26 2013, 10:45AM

In striking down the DOMA, the Supreme Court also settles a hotly debated issue immigration reform: should LGBT US citizens be allowed to sponsor their partners for green cards. Yes, the court says.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Immigration, Immigration Reform, /NOW

Poll Shows Americans Accepting LGBT Families

Poll Shows Americans Accepting LGBT Families

by Michelle Chen on September 16 2010, 9:30AM

Evolving public opinion reveals that more Americans count unmarried and LGBT couples in their definition of family.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, On Gender

Liberty Trumped Institution in Both DADT and Prop 8 Rulings

Liberty Trumped Institution in Both DADT and Prop 8 Rulings

by Michelle Chen on September 11 2010, 10:23AM

But Congress rather than the courts are the likely final battleground for gay civil rights.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, On Gender

Cali's Gay Couples Must Continue Waiting to Wed

Cali’s Gay Couples Must Continue Waiting to Wed

by Kai Wright on August 17 2010, 10:28AM

But panel asks why Prop 8 proponents have the right to appeal in the first place.

Topics: Kai Wright, Prop 8

Calif. Gay Couples Must Wait Six More Days

Calif. Gay Couples Must Wait Six More Days

by Kai Wright on August 12 2010, 5:10PM

Judge lifts the stay on his ruling, but gives Prop 8ers time to petition Ninth Circuit.

Topics: Kai Wright

What Prop 8 And SB 1070 Have In Common

What Prop 8 And SB 1070 Have In Common

by Naima Ramos-Chapman on August 9 2010, 5:04PM

New America Media gets at the power of the true power of the law.

Topics: Arizona's SB 1070, Immigration, Prop 8

Judge Walker's Ruling is About Much More Than the Law

Judge Walker’s Ruling is About Much More Than the Law

by Kai Wright on August 6 2010, 9:11AM

And much more than same-sex marriage, too.

Topics: Kai Wright, Prop 8

Marriage Equality Without Borders: Prop 8 and Immigration

Marriage Equality Without Borders: Prop 8 and Immigration

by Michelle Chen on August 5 2010, 6:30AM

The Prop 8 ruling could change the meaning of the right to marry for couples facing other social barriers, including immigrants and people of color.

Topics: On Gender, Prop 8

Prop 8 Judge: Ruling Changes

Prop 8 Judge: Ruling Changes “Understanding of Gender”

by Daisy Hernandez on August 4 2010, 8:05PM

His scathing opinion declares “proposition 8 fails to possess even a rational basis.”

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Prop 8

Judge Overturns Calif. Prop 8

Judge Overturns Calif. Prop 8

by Jamilah King on August 4 2010, 5:25PM

A California judge just overturned the state’s ban of same-sex marriages. The queer blogosphere is already rejoicing.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Prop 8

A Simple, Historic Statement

A Simple, Historic Statement

by Kai Wright on August 4 2010, 5:08PM

My love is not inferior.

Topics: Kai Wright

The Essential Link Between Racial Justice and LGBT Movements

The Essential Link Between Racial Justice and LGBT Movements

by Tammy Johnson on August 4 2010, 10:12AM

ColorLines’ publisher, the Applied Research Center, explains why the racial justice and sexual freedom movements are inseparable.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Prop 8

Queer Blogger Roundtable: What's the Future?

Queer Blogger Roundtable: What’s the Future?

by Kai Wright on June 29 2010, 1:04PM

A virtual panel discussion on the community’s future, Obama’s politics, hypocrite pastors, rent boys, Tyler Perry and more.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality

Guide: The Federal Prop 8 Trial

Guide: The Federal Prop 8 Trial

by Jorge Rivas on January 11 2010, 3:29PM

A handy tip sheet on the key legal questions, from LAist.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Prop 8

A Fragile Union

A Fragile Union

by Kai Wright on March 2 2009, 12:00PM

Why racial justice matters in the fight for gay marriage.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Prop 8

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