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06/15/2015

And in other debate news, NOM just declared Rick Perry the 2012 GOP primary winner

Pro-equality rock stars Evan Wolfson and Kenji Yoshino recently debated National Organization For Marriage John Eastman and conservative activist Sherif Girgis. After that debate was held, 83% of the in-house audience sided with the pro-equality side, with only 14% going...

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Ubiquitous childhood company supports family equality

As a parent of a toddler who is well aware of the Fisher-Price catalog, this makes me happy: Fisher-Price® and Proud Parenting today announced the launch of the Proud Parenting LGBT Family Photo Gallery, presented by Fisher-Price®. The goal of...

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We've arrived: Same-sex love now as free to be in pointlessly salacious yogurt ads as its heterosexual counterpart

Chobani yogurt is so good it makes a lesbian want to rip the covers off of her partner. Or something: [Chobani.com] Inclusion is now close to a given. Once we can consider an ad for its odd foot rubs and...

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Adoption process should be tough, reflective, focused; new Michigan law makes it crass, crude, discriminatory

When my husband and I chose adoption, we chose to put our relationship, commitment, abilities, and resources to the test in ways previously unmatched. All potential adoptive parents willingly submit their lives to every form of scrutiny imaginable. From deeply...

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