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The teachings of my mom

For much of the last two months, I’ve been in my hometown of Kansas City helping care for my Mom through her battle with an aggressive form of cancer which tragically ended in her death. It has been shocking and excruciating.

California's DADT resolution passes committee

Yesterday I participated in a hearing before the California State Assembly's Judiciary Committee on SJR9, a proposed state resolution supporting repeal of “Don't Ask, Don't Tell.”

Immigration Equality in New Orleans

On January 29th, I’ll be joining other LGBT advocates, and Tulane Law School students, for a new symposium presented by the John Crews Journal of Law and Sex.

Inspired in the fight for equality

About a month ago I was hired as the newest addition to SLDN’s Legal Department. I anticipated that I was going to love the working environment, but I also suspected that it would be the hardest job I’ve ever had.

Equality California, Courage Campaign renew calls for Manchester Hotel Boycott

The Courage Campaign and Equality California today renewed calls for the ongoing boycott against San Diego hotel magnate Doug Manchester, a major donor to Proposition 8. The 18-month boycott has already cost Manchester more than $7 million in lost convention revenue.

Courage Campaign petitions to televise the Prop 8 trial

Courage Campaign is encouraging people to help them keep the pressure on the court. The public comment period will be open through Friday, January 8. Courage Campaign has set a goal of 100,000 signatures by tomorrow at 9 a.m.

The wild, wild west of polling

The Military Times' online survey is wildly unscientific, self-selective, and not representative of the military as a whole. Instead, it reflects the views of the paper’s subscribers — and nothing more.