In this excerpt from Matt Baume's book Defining Marriage, Andrew Sullivan discusses how hard it was to grasp the idea of marriage equality in the age of Bush I.
The power of the Stonewall riots lies in all of the diverse people who participated. It's a problem when the story singles out one group and erases others.
An 80-year parade of sissies from TV and movies made me the light-loafered man I am today.
Marriage licenses for LGBT couples go back further than you might think.
Sissies simply can't be held back.
Finally, a group that supplies pocketknives to young boys has stopped claiming that LGBT people are dangerous.
If passed, the Equality Act would patch a 50-year-old hole in the Civil Rights Act that allows discrimination against LGBT Americans. Naturally, the right wing is in a tizzy.