Question Of The Week: Same Sex Marriage and Men in Prison
QUESTION: Now that the Supreme Court has deemed DOMA (The Defense of Marriage Act) to be unconstitutional, do you think homosexual men in prison institutions should be allowed to marry each other in states where it’s legal?
DOMA (The Defense of Marriage Act) Now Unconstitutional
“At the rate we are going, marriage equality will be achieved for gays long before equality is achieved for Black America.”
Ocky Williams 4-18-2012.
So my prediction came true. Wednesday June 26th the Supreme Court of the United States has decided that DOMA (The Defense of Marriage Act) was unconstitutional. This was a day after the same Supreme Court invalidated Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act
JET Magazine Features Its First Black Gay Male Couple
The December 10th 2012 edition of Jet magazine will feature it’s first black gay male couple within it’s JET LOVE section. JET LOVE high-lights couples who have recently gotten married. Ravi Perry (an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Mississippi State University) and Paris…
Hey White LGBT Community…Maybe I Can Help You Understand?
For a couple of weeks now, I have been reading articles via the internet that mentioned the leak of internal strategy memos from the conservative group National Organization for Marriage (NOM) and their opposition to gay marriage initiatives across the US. In a nutshell, a…
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