We are living through an amazing time in history.
this legislature's vote could be reversed, and not only could we lose civil marriage equality, we could also backpedal and lose domestic partner benefits.
There is no better voice for an inclusive Republican Party than John Danforth, whose credentials as a loyal Republican, committed conservative, and man of faith are unquestionable.
We thank Senator Danforth for his bold leadership and powerful voice for basic fairness for gay and lesbian families.
If you ask most Americans if they compare gay and lesbian Americans to polygamists and folks who are involved in incest and the other categories he used, I think there are very few folks in the mainstream who would articulate those views.
Log Cabin Republicans take the governor at his word, that if, and when, the courts of California join the Legislature in recognizing the right to civil marriage equality, he will uphold and support that decision.
John Kerry and John Edwards would be smart to make their case for gay and lesbian fairness by not mentioning Mary Cheney.
insulted by a campaign that has attempted to amend the Constitution, and in too many states we've seen discriminatory amendments that would deny hospital visitation and domestic partnership legislation.
The big story in this election is that Karl Rove has decided to strategically use gay and lesbian Americans in a number of swing states.
We are here in the best tradition of Ronald Reagan, begging the party to do the right thing. The party cannot have it both ways. This is a fight for the heart and soul of the Republican Party.