Every time a new state obtains marriage equality, the flag get’s another star. Really neat concept from MakeItEqual.org!
For the record, I haven’t made up my mind yet…
New Mexico Senator Martin Heinrich is officially the first U.S. Senator to join the NOH8 campaign! “I am proud to be the first U.S. Senator to participate in the NOH8 campaign. Gay and lesbian couples who accept the responsibility of marriage should have all the rights that come with that responsibility. The time for marriage equality is now.”
The only other Senator to join the campaign so far is Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut. Check out his photo after the jump!
I saw this while browsing the internets, and it was just too good not to share! Pretty much sums up the Republicans arguments.
So as many of you have noticed, I’ve added USA to Queer Landia. I don’t know if it’ll stick I’ve just always wondered what it would look or feel like as an official part of the tile of our blog. I don’t know….
Marriage equality will pass it’s final vote by Rhode Island’s House Representatives. Right now the House Reps. are giving their arguments for or against the bill. Watch it live here!
I became a founding contributor today.
Check them out here. Click the pic below to embiggen.
The United States Census Bureau has just released a their study of America’s commuting habits for 2011. This is something I find particularly interesting, because before moving to the East Bay in California, I grew up in a not-so-little town in the San Joaquin Valley. What really amazed me when moving to the bay area was how much commuting was just a part of daily life. It’s what everyone did to get to work, commuting is apart of the lifestyle. This was realization was quite a shocker coming from a city where anything over 10 minutes was considered a long commute.