Pete Wentz, Fall Out Boy bassist and marriage equality supporter, says he wouldn’t exist if it were not for Joe Biden.
Couples who’ve married since June knock on doors across California to share stories with voters they hope to persuade to defeat Prop. 8.
“If those persons want to . . . dress up as bride and groom and get married, they can do so, but that should not be called marriage because it is not,” Queen Sofia is quoted as saying.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s gay Eurotrash alter ego crashes a downtown L.A. rally to end gay marriage in California, but is quickly recognized by reporters.
Arizona has been a disappointment to antis since 2006, when the state became the first in the nation to reject a ballot measure banning same-sex marriage.
Forty-nine percent of likely voters oppose the ban and 44 percent favor it, a Field Poll finds; six weeks ago, the ban was down by 17 points.
Attorneys involved in the case say couples can begin picking up marriage license applications sometime on or after Nov. 10; a judge will set the exact date.
If a future priest shows “deep-seated homosexual tendencies,” his seminary training “would have to be interrupted,” the new guidelines say.
Crimes against against sexual orientation, the third-largest category, rose 6 percent last year even as crimes against race and religion declined.
Police searching for Jennifer Hudson’s missing 7-year-old nephew find his body in the same SUV that was the part of the massive manhunt.