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News Jun, 06, 2012
CNN Poll: Majority Of Americans Support Marriage Equality

A majority of Americans say they support legally recognizing same-sex marriage amid growing evidence that the public's become more comfortable with gays and lesbians, according to a new national poll.

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News Jun, 06, 2012
Federal Appeals Court Refuses To Revisit Proposition 8


More Light Presbyterians gives thanks for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling refusing to consider a prior ruling that struck down Proposition 8. The ruling had found Proposition 8 unconstitutional because it denied LGBT couples the right to marry. The case is expected to be appealed to the United States Supreme Court.

News Jun, 05, 2012
Hundreds Of Iowa Methodists Protest Church Stand On Gays

By Todd Erzen, Des Moines Register

Hundreds of Iowa Methodists signed protest documents at their annual conference Sunday declaring they are prepared to buck the leadership of their church on matters concerning gays and gay marriage.

News Jun, 04, 2012
300+ Mormons March In Salt Lake City Gay Pride Parade

By Julia Lyon, The Salt Lake Tribune

Before the drag queens in heels danced across Main Street, more than 300 members of the LDS Church left Utah Gay Pride Parade spectators in tears Sunday morning. One Mormon father turned to the crowd and thanked people for forgiving him.

News Jun, 04, 2012
President Obama Celebrates Pride Month


June is LGBT Pride Month around the country and in many countries around the world. President Barack Obama highlights the unsung heroes of the LGBT community in this video message from The White House.     

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News Jun, 01, 2012
Defense Of Marriage Act Ruled Unconstitutional


News May, 29, 2012
More Than 1,000 Protest Against Anti-LGBT Pastor Charles Worley

By John Peragine

NEWTON, N.C., May 27 (Reuters) - More than 1,000 people on Sunday protested a small-town North Carolina Baptist minister's sermon calling for gays and lesbians to be locked up behind an electric fence, a fire-and-brimstone speech viewed hundreds of thousands of times on the Internet since given two weeks ago.

News May, 22, 2012
Pelosi, Theologians, Lay Catholics Agree: Support Marriage Equality

By Francis DeBernardo, New Ways Ministry

Blog May, 21, 2012
Rev. Otis Moss Addresses Same-Sex Marriage With Congregants

President Obama's recent announcement supporting same-sex marriage continues to draw mixed reaction from the African-American community.  Several black ministers throughout the country have threatened to vote Republican - or not at all - in November. 

News May, 21, 2012
Believe Out Loud's Week In Review

By Joseph Ward III, Director, Believe Out Loud

Good Monday morning. Welcome to Believe Out Loud's Week In Review, a weekly digest of the latest headlines at the intersection of Christianity and LGBT equality.