Explaining Equality Shouldn’t Be This Hard

I was talking with a neighbor the other day while my son played in the common space. He asked me if I thought we would be in

Fighting for Marriage Equality: Third Time’s a Charm?

By Betsy Fife Archer When I was a little girl, I dreamed of my wedding often. Not the dress or whom I would marry, but I dreamt of

Between a Rock and an Unequal Place

By Betsy Fife Archer Sometimes I feel guilty that I was able to adopt my son before we left Massachusetts. I wouldn’t trade the protection that adoption grants

A.J. and Daniel

First Name: A.J. Partner's First Name: Daniel Age: 36 Hometown/City: Des Moines, Iowa Number of Children: 2 Names of Children: Jackson and Peyton When did you decide

Obama, North Carolina, and Change: Is It the Age of Aquarius Yet?

If someone says to me, “I have good news and bad news. Which do you want first?” I always, always choose to hear the bad news first. I’d

Got Friends in North Carolina? Tell Them to Vote No on Amendment One

This Tuesday, voters will decide whether to add an amendment to the state's constitution that would ban same-sex marriage and civil unions, as well as domestic partnerships. Same sex

The WE DO Campaign: This Video Will Make You Cry

As you may have heard, there is a raging debate going on in North Carolina over gay marriage, culminating in a vote that is now on

This Week In Gay News: DADT Dies, North Carolina Gets a Jolt, and Jane Lynch Hosts the Emmys

DADT Is DADToast

Welp, service members can now serve in the military, out and proud. Which is awesome! But their families still can’t get full benefits, which tends to

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