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Irene Monroe: The love that dare not speak its name

With “The Year We Thought About Love,” Cantabrigian filmmaker Ellen Brodsky has made what some might call a dangerous documentary about youth in love, and what others would call a welcoming one.

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Americans would rather vote for a President who supports gay marriage

Support for gay marriage has become the majority opinion, and voters now also say they're more likely to reject a presidential candidate opposed to gay marriage than one who backs it -- something gay marriage advocates hope marks a political tipping point for 2016.

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Irene Monroe: Discrimination is not religious freedom

The Religious Freedom Restoration Acts springing up across the country are a backlash to the growing acceptance of same-sex marriage and the growing fear of when the U.S. Supreme Court legalize it nationwide. They are a perversion of the Constitution and our history of religious freedom.

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Why gay marriage would have been embraced by our Founding Fathers

It's time for us to honestly and accept the fact that same-sex marriage is a civil rights issue.

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Irene Monroe: A road map beyond Black History Month

As we celebrate Black History Month in 2015, in what is clearly not the post-racial era many had hoped for, I wish as a nation we begin an honest talk about race.

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