Equality advocates in Washington were successful in reframing the discussion about same-sex marriage from one of "rights" to one of "commitment" and "values," according to a new poll from centrist think tank Third Way.
The state Senate president and LGBT advocacy groups reaffirmed their opposition after an openly gay assemblyman introduced a measure to allow voters to decide the issue.
The founder of the It Gets Better Project married his longtime partner in Seattle on Sunday, the first day same-sex couples could marry after voters legalized marriage equality in November.
"Don't compare me to a murderer because I'm a lesbian," said the New York City Council Speaker. "Don't do it. It's wrong."
Proposition Love puts a celebrity spin on your ceremony.
"It isn't a living document," said the outspoken conservative justice. "It's dead, dead, dead, dead."