Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Tag: marriage equality

Same-sex marriage becomes legal in Costa Rica—first in Central America

"This change will cause a significant social and cultural transformation of the country."

What if Kim Davis Refused to License Marriages of Interracial Couples?...

Mike Huckabee, who might just be seeking a way to kickstart his failed presidential bid, was in full support of Kim Davis' stance against gay marriage. But would he still defend her if she had denied licenses to inter-racial couples?

The Arc of Justice Bends Like a Rainbow

The painful struggle by brave gay and lesbian activists along with the movement for equality arose from the Stonewall Inn in New York in 1969. And therefore the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling came out of the power of struggle.

What Moved Marriage Equality from Taboo to Justice?

It's an inspiring story of our society's continuing struggle to evolve toward dignity and mutual respect. And on June 26, the Supreme Court helped evolve our country toward dignity and mutual respect as well as love.

VIDEO: Love Wins: After Decades of Struggle, Marriage Equality Now the...

A recent ruling by the Supreme Court finally puts an end to marriage equality bans. The historic decision requires all 50 states to now permit LGBTQ couples "the fundamental right to marry."

Five Cheers and Four Raspberries for the Supreme Court as it...

Congratulations to the five Supreme Court justices for not blowing one result of the court's pig-headedness and making marriage equality the law of the land. This was a victory for common sense and basic democracy.

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How about a general strike against Dollar General?

The brutal Dollar General approach to managing retail has paid off handsomely—for Dollar General investors and execs.

Microplastics in clouds could ‘modify the climate,’ study finds

The tiny particles have been linked with widespread environmental damage, as well as cancers and a range of adverse health impacts related to the lungs and heart.

Largest healthcare worker strike in US history set to kick off on Oct. 4

More than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente employees in six states and Washington, D.C. are set to stop working for three days starting Wednesday to protest unfair working conditions and unsafe staffing levels.

The slow-motion equivalent of a nuclear war?

A "new Cold War" on an ever-hotter planet