Longtime activist and blogger Scot Nakagawa wrote a popular essay this week called "Why I Support Same Sex Marriage as a Civil Right, But Not as a Strategy to Achieve Structural Change."
Valley City, Utah. Huntsman has come out in support of same-sex marriages. Huntsman, a Republican, wrote an essay for The American Conservative magazine calling on conservatives to push their states to allow all citizens to marry.
The lone Republican lawmaker to support gay marriage in Maryland said the result there could be similar to New York, “with the final margin being the Republicans.” Senate confirms Elena Kagan, as same-sex marriage debate looms
Support for marriage equality has seen a 10-point increase in just two years, according to a poll released on Wednesday, the Rockford Register Star reports: Forty-four percent of those polled said they believe gay and lesbian couples
I support gay marriage 100% (I’m not gay) I’m doing a essay for English about gay rights I’m going to put this in there!
Or was, until he found himself in bed recently with David Cameron, the Conservative Prime Minister, who stole his thunder somewhat by announcing at the Tory Party Conference this month his support for gay marriage – “Not.
Does sexual difference matter for marriage? Are there good theological reasons why the two main characters in a marriage should be a male and a female, or is marriage a more flexible covenant, which any two people can keep?
The War On Marriage. Just because you give legal sanction to a homosexual couple and call their contract a "marriage" does not make it a marriage.
Everywhere we turn, it seems like someone wants us to support gay marriage. From enthusiastic canvassers on the street to liberal professors in the academy, from gay lawyers to straight soccer moms, there’s someone smiling at.
In the following essay. Further, Brinkin has been a long-time advocate for gay "marriage."