Nope, no prop 8 →
No more prop 8. “a California Supreme Court decision recognizing a right to same-sex marriage.”
This is what we like to see! →
In Baltimore there has been an amendment in the Transgender Rights Bill that prohibits discrimination against transgender people.
Hey New Jersey! Contact your legislators! →
The most effective action you can take for marriage equality is to email your state legislators to tell them to vote for A.1/S.1, the marriage equality bill. This form is the quickest and easiest way to find and contact your own legislators. You are represented by two Assembly members. When you enter your home information below, the process of emailing your legislators begins. The form will...
Official Website! →
But when we first got together, I would have never dreamed in a million years...– Terry Gilb
Today in California Prop 8, anti-gay marriage legislation, was ruled unconstitutional by courts. The judges reported it serves no purpose but to “lessen the statue and human dignity” of gays.
BREAKING: The NJ Assembly Judiciary Committee passes the marriage equality bill 5 to 2, following up on the Senate Judiciary Committee’s passage 8 to 4 last month. The next stop: The full New Jersey Senate will vote on the bill on Monday, February 13, time tba Congratulation Garden State Equality! Let’s go New Jersey!
Spreading the love →
This is another great success for the LGBT community
When you put on that uniform, it doesn’t matter if you’re black or white; Asian...– Barack Obama, State of the Union Address
Marriage equality legislation earns House, Senate... →
Invite your friends to the GSAPS protest on June... →
Marriage Equality on its way in NJ →
Thank you Equality Pennsylvania!
Eqaulity Pennsylvania is the first organization to endorse us! Woohoo! They are a great orangization that has been working toward equailty since 1996 with The Center for Gay and Lesbian Civil Rights. A link to their website is provided below.
This really is an awesome event. Personally, I am Catholic, and I am very...– Kathryn Barnitt
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The purpose of this protest is to increase awareness of the intolerance of homosexuality within certain religious groups. Our intent is to challenge the involvement of religious organizations in politics to the detriment of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, etc. individuals. Many religious establishments choose fight against equality. As the largest religious establishment in the US, the...