Governor changes mind on gay rights whenthey find out son is gay
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My big gay family changed my mind on same-sex marriage
Governor on gay rights
By Brandon. Tuesday, January 10 Originally submitted by volunteer editors Jimmy G. Congress has a duty to acts as Trump continues to attack the investigation into Russian interference in the election. Mike Pompeo is absolutely the wrong choice to serve as the United States' top diplomat, and the Senate should StopPompeo by voting "no" on his nomination.
How One Governor Changed Her Mind On Gay Rights
The modern fight for gay rights is, by contrast, less than a half-century old, dating from the Stonewall uprising in New York. But this week, as the Supreme Court hears two landmark cases on same-sex marriage, the speed and scope of the movement are astonishing supporters. The changes have been so swift that it is sometimes surprising to remember how many gay men and lesbians were until recently in the closet and how many hurdles there have been along the way. In the past century in American politics, the sources of that reticence were no mystery. Judeo-Christian teachings, interpreted as condemning homosexuality, provided the backdrop for political debate in a nation more religious than others in the industrialized world.
M y name is Patrick, I am 32 years old and a trainee paramedic who lives a lucky but otherwise unremarkable existence. When I first heard about the idea of gay marriage a few years back, I was against the idea. Close enough is good enough, I thought.