I mean, sure, that was an essential social event for all of our calendars this year shout out to Fergie in the one glove. There is so much I want to say about how wonderful this night was. Oh, you better believe I planned it.
And never before have those topics crossed over, but today is that day. Most level-headed people celebrated Mr. As AL.
As same-sex marriage becomes law in England and Wales can Londoners John Coffey and Bernardo Marti win the race to be the first couple to tie the knot. As they prepare for their big day they reflect on the dark history of equality. John Coffey and Bernardo Marti's wedding places them on a legal par with married heterosexuals in every way. The social changes enabling homosexuals to come out from the margins of society have a long and dark history.
But we also have two other important anniversaries to celebrate this weekend. It was eight years ago that gay marriage became legal here in the great state of New York, and four years ago it passed on the national level. And looking back, I am so incredibly grateful of how this movement informed my career path.
Reuters - The United Methodist Church voted on Tuesday to uphold and strengthen its ban on same-sex marriage and LGBT clergy in a move likely to alienate large numbers of followers who had pushed for reform. Known as the Traditional Plan, the new policy includes penalties for breaking its rules and asks those who will not obey it to find another church. The Traditional Plan is designed to serve as a coherent United Methodist Church policy on LGBT clergy and their marriage practices after years of inconsistency among individual United Methodist churches, with some churches denouncing homosexuality as a sin and others embracing gay and lesbian clergy members.
From Then In the Spring of gay marriage was a big story, receiving wide coverage in The Advocate. It reported that Canada had what may be its first homosexual marriage, on February 26th, between singer and radio-television personality Michel Girouard, 27, and his accompanist, year old Regeant Tremblay.
Alabama Public Television is refusing to air a recent episode of Arthur featuring a same-sex wedding because it would "violate" their audience's trust. The kids initially think Mr. Ratburn is marrying a woman, another rat, but she turns out to be Mr.