Joe Mirabella

SameSexSunday: The Rights to Work, Have Housing, and Love

Filed By Joe Mirabella | January 23, 2011 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, The Movement
Tags: DOMA, Don't Ask Don't Tell, gay news, gay rights, GetEqual, log cabins, podcast, politics, Same Sex Sunday

There is still so far to go before they gay, lesbian, and transgender communities will have full equality under the law. SAME-SEX-SUNDAYweb-thumb-200x200-12538.jpgHow should we set priorities while Republicans control the House? Will Republicans offer some relief for the LGBT community? Is ENDA dead?

HUD announced proposed rules that could revolutionize the way LGBTs are treated when they are looking for housing. Find out how those rules could affect your life.

Keep track of the latest updates on DOMA as several lawsuits make their way through the courts, and learn about protecting marriage in states like Iowa from Republican attacks.

What's more important, fuel for jets or funding for AIDS? Some Michigan lawmakers think jets should get the money, our panel disagrees.

Listen as the SameSexSunday round table tackles these and other issues. The round table includes Senior Political writer for Metro Weekly in DC Chris Geidner; Michigan Messenger reporter Todd Heywood; Executive Director at Log Cabin Republicans Clarke Cooper; Bilerico Editorial Advisory Board Member Michael Crawford; and Manager Director at GetEQUAL Heather Cronk.

Gregory Smith from the Bilerico Project, joined the SameSexSunday team with an insightful interview about challenging possibly dangerous HIV prevention tactics with POZ Magazine founder Sean Strub. Listen to part of the interview during the podcast, or you can hear the entire interview on SameSexSunday's YouTube Channel.

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