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Supreme Court to Rule on Same-Sex Marriage…Maybe

By Ryan Blodgett On Friday, the Supreme Court may take the first step in what could be a powerful legal change in same sex rights. The Court will decide (probably),…

Feminism is Still Relevant

By Carisa Lopez Today I read about yet another famous woman, former French first lady and model Carla Bruni, declaring that feminism is irrelevant for today’s generation. Carla Bruni is…

GOP needs to focus on Generation Y

If it wasn’t becoming clear already, the 2012 election put it into sharp focus: Generation Y and the GOP aren’t getting along. …

Turning the tables on women’s health

If congressmen are going to pretend like they are experts on vaginas, we are going to allow experts on vaginas to pretend they are experts on public policy – because…

2012 election backs gay marriage with historic votes

By Irene Morse The 2012 election was particularly historic for gay and lesbians in the United States. President Barack Obama, who began to voice his support for gay marriage this…

Rawlings describes himself as ‘pledge-phobic’ after meeting with LBGT leaders

While Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings did not rule out the possibility of reversing his initial decision not to sign the pledge in support of gay marriage, after today’s two-hour meeting…

Perry’s prayer ‘response’ a clear publicity stunt

After toying with the media and his constituents for months, Rick Perry has dipped his toes in the waters of the 2012 presidential race. And just like every other candidate…