Category Archives: politics

Over the counter birth control?

The junior senator from Colorado is embarking on some rather unusual territory for a Republican – Cory Gardner is leading a new push to allow women to purchase birth control without a prescription. Interestingly, Gardner’s bill has received support from … Continue reading

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Ireland goes all in on marriage equality

Congratulations Ireland, and well done by the Irish people for choosing the side of equality!

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Marriage Equality in Ireland

If I knew how to say marriage equality in Gaelic, I would have titled this post differently, but today is already shaping up to be a historic day across the pond in Ireland. Voters in the Republic of Ireland are … Continue reading

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the fight continues… part 2

It’s almost like Huffington Post read my blog piece titled “the fight continues….” and then decided to write an article about what other LGBT rights still need to be won (assuming the Supreme Court rules for marriage equality). You can … Continue reading

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the fight continues…

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely noticed an increasing number of stories in the media about LGBT rights in one vein or another.  Whether it’s the looming US Supreme Court decision on marriage equality, the backlash in … Continue reading

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overread

Our job is not to make it easy for politicians or judges to do what they want. It’s to make it easier for politicians and judges to do what we want – to do justice. We should not dumb down … Continue reading

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overheard

The choice is not between the Court and the State, but instead whether the individual can decide who to marry, or whether the government will decide for him. ~Mary Bonauto

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