The Point is Holiness

(by Peggy) This past Thanksgiving marked a significant milestone in my life. I have been out my same-sex relationship for 11 years, which is longer than I had been in it. If I were to tell you that the last … Continue reading →

Reaping the “Benefits”

(by Peggy) On October 13th I attended a debate about same-sex marriage between Maggie Gallagher and Dale Carpenter. For me, the debate simply perpetuated my lack of understanding about what exactly people in same-sex relationships want from legalizing same-sex marriages. … Continue reading →

How I Misunderstood Marriage

(by Stephen) Next November, Minnesotans will vote on an amendment to our state’s most fundamental legal document, the state constitution. The amendment would establish that a marriage can consist only of one man and one woman. Admittedly, marriage in Western … Continue reading →

“Would You Disown Him?”

(by Bill) During a recent Republican debate, New Hampshire father JP Marzullo mentioned that he has a gay son. Mr. Marzullo called on fellow Republicans to consider one question when deciding whether to overturn New Hampshire’s marriage equality law: “If … Continue reading →

The Meaning of “Marriage”

(by Jacob) According to the Why Marriage Matters educational campaign’s website, “Marriage says ‘We are family’ in a way that no other word does.” This statement is probably true. The campaign also claims, however, that “Allowing committed gay and lesbian … Continue reading →