Marriage and social conservatives win big in Indiana primaries

Do pro-homosexual policies promote economic growth? In a word — no.

CDC study: kids experience fewer traumatic events when raised by their Mom and Dad

Monogamy Envy (Or, Why monogamy might actually still be viable)

Alabama women sue to get their same-sex marriage recognized

The Family Matrix

Christian singles and practical atheism

‘Schuette’: An impact on same-sex marriage?

Major ministry kicked out of Evangelical Alliance UK over homosexuality stance

Judge promises ruling soon on Idaho gay marriage

What do you do when you are on the wrong side of history?

Another defeat for gay marriage in Northern Ireland

Judge orders treatment for transgender prison inmate

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says NOM should not be allowed to intervene in Oregon case

Freedom to marry & dissent, rightly understood

Hearing continues for Ohio transgender inmate case

The beauty of family and marriage: #WeAreHere campaign, part 2

Idaho gay marriage suit headed to court

Ariz. school district’s bathroom policy jeopardizing children

Church and academic leaders reveal divide among black Christians on homosexuality

Suit against NC marriage law has activists excited. Should they be?

ADF: Supporting Prop. 8 shouldn’t be a fireable offense

ACLU: Title IX coverage explicitly extended to transgender students

Kenya president signs polygamy bill into law

Ohio’s marriage amendment under attack

NH House votes to study gay discrimination measure

Same-sex marriage backers debate whether traditional-marriage-only supporters should have a voice

Stormont rejects gay marriage for third time

Does North Carolina law punish those who perform same-sex marriage ceremonies?

Tennessee: same-sex marriage ruling put on hold, law “unsettled”

Same-sex marriage blogged from debate in Northern Ireland

There’s more to love than “true love”

Retreating from marriage is not the answer to our economic problems

Arguments for same-sex marriage also apply to the “throuple”

Marriage is hard work, and deserves to be celebrated as well as examined

Cambridge church begins to perform same-sex “marriages”

South Dakota next in line for same-sex “marriage” legislation

Did Justice Kennedy ‘Schuette Down’ the Same-Sex “Marriage” ‘Inevitability’ Narrative?

State district judge deems Texas’ restrictions on same-sex “marriage” unconstitutional

Would same-sex “marriage” legalization boost the economy?

Judge to hear Oregon marriage case, NOM planning to step in

Three women are claiming to be “married” and are expecting a child

A response to “Freedom to Marry, Freedom to Dissent”

Archbishop of Wales hints that the Church might need to redefine marriage

South Dakota high school group considers allowing students to self-identify gender

Pro-marriage Illinois politicians replaced after opposing Pat Brady’s support for the redefinition of marriage

New York City councilman tells Chick-fil-A they are unwelcome in NYC

Texans who are against redefining marriage are now in the slight minority

For the first time, Georgia’s marriage laws will be challenged

    Shelton Stroman, 42, who manages a pet daycare center, and Chris Inniss, a 39-year-old veterinarian, are the lead plaintiffs. Two other couples, including two of Atlanta police officers, and a 34-year-old woman will also be listed as plaintiffs. Georgia has been one of five states in the country that doesn’t have same-sex marriage litigation pending. The lawsuit to be filed today will change that.


  • Posted: 04/22/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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“Answering a Modern Pharisee”: There aren’t new arguments regarding same-sex “marriage”

Yes, GOP voters still support marriage between one man and one woman

National Organization for Marriage files to defend marriage in Oregon

Nursery worker fired after standing up for Biblical view of sexuality

Disparate bedfellows: same-sex “marriage” and human rights

Judge: Indiana lacks valid reason for ban on out-of-state same-sex “marriages”

Wyoming governor affirms marriage is between one man, one woman

“Gay widower renews call for marriage-based green card”

    Emma Margolin at MSNBC: “On Monday, 39 years to the day after the two were married, Anthony Sullivan asked the Los Angeles Field Office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to reopen his late-husband’s petition for a marriage-based green card. The 72-year-old has lived in the shadows without lawful status for years – unable to travel outside the country, and always with the threat of deportation hanging over his head. But now, Sullivan is requesting that USCIS retroactively approve his green card application and automatically convert it to a widower’s petition, allowing him the opportunity to live out the rest of his life legally in the place he calls home.”


  • Posted: 04/21/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.msnbc.com

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