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New Jersey Equality: Two Interpretations

It seems to me that there are (at least) two interpretations when it comes to marriage equality and I have recently found an exemplary example (with impressive alliteration, might I add) simply within the state of New Jersey. One interpretation … Continue reading

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What do we want? Equality!

While thinking about what this blog really stands for, I found myself researching marriage equality. I believe that this issue is absolutely central to the gay rights and family movements. To me, it’s incredibly personal. My mom and Mary’s relationship … Continue reading

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“Low-conflict marriage”

While reading an article about same-sex marriage in the Maryland Senate, the state which I fondly call home, I found an interesting quote from man by the name of Austin R. Nimocks, who was cited as saying that research has … Continue reading

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