Marriage Equality: September 2005

An Evening with Lambda and Indiana's Finest

Filed by Ed Team | September 30, 2005 | 12:07 AM | comments

Lambda Dinner Speech : 29. Sept. 05 NOTE: Indiana Equality was recognized by the Indiana Chapter of Lambda Legal foundation for its work to promote GLBT rights and fight the marriage amendment -- SJR7. This is the acceptance speech...Read More


A couple of Bloomington items

Filed by Bil Browning | September 27, 2005 | 9:41 PM | comments

First some very good news! The Bloomington Human Rights Commission voted last night (Sept 26) to recommend to the city council that gender identity be added to the city's human rights ordinance. The recommendation is expected to pass the...Read More


Homo-Duty and Bashing!

Filed by Ed Team | September 18, 2005 | 8:51 PM | comments

Saturday was a day filled with what I like to call "Homo-Duties." As President of Lafayette's Citizens for Civil Rights (www.nlci.com/ccr) , I headed down to Indy to attend the monthly Indiana Equality (www.incoalition.org) steering committee meeting. (CCR is...Read More


Baptists are too pro-gay?

Filed by Bil Browning | September 18, 2005 | 2:15 PM | comments

The PlanetOut Network is reporting that the American Baptist Churches USA (the more liberal brother to the better known and larger Southern Baptist Convention) may split over a divide on how to handle homosexuality. Apparently, while gays and lesbians...Read More


A one minute action

Filed by Bil Browning | September 12, 2005 | 6:21 PM | comments

Former contributor Sarah Battista passed along this quick way to help make a difference... California Gov. Schwarzenegger's office is accepting calls from anywhere regarding the state's marriage equality bill. It passed both houses of their legislature but needs the...Read More


Activism with an edge!

Filed by Bil Browning | September 08, 2005 | 11:48 PM | comments

One of the first gay couples to get married in Massachusetts, Thomas Lang and Alexander Westerhoff, have vowed to protect their marriage in a unique way. The state Attorney General approved a ballot question on Wednesday that would outlaw...Read More