Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Thanks to New Hampshire

The Granite state of New Hampshire is poised to become the 5th state in the Union to legalize same sex marriage. Now 1 in 10 states in our nation are pro marriage equality, and I feel like the ball is rolling. Hopefully it will only be a matter of time before most or all states have legally recognized same sex marriage.

Sunday, April 26, 2009


You will be missed.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Thanks Vermont, and Announcing the 101 Iowa trip

Vermont became the first state in the union to legalize same sex marriage by passing a bill through their state's legislature (and overturning the Republican Governor's veto). This means that there are now 4 states where same sex couples can legally wed. And if you get married in one of these states and live in New York, your rights will also be recognized.
Iowa has no residency requirements for getting married, so if I was a same sex couple in New York, I would fly to Iowa and get hitched.
Speaking of, I am planning a little political action myself in Georgia. I want to bus 101 same sex couples to Iowa to get married so we can come back and sue the state for our marriage rights. While it may not produce the desired result of same sex marriage in the peach state, it may begin a dialogue which will hopefully change some hearts and minds.

If you are a same sex couple in the state of Georgia (or you know one), e-mail me @
Put "101 same sex marriages" in the subject line, and let me know if you are interested. I am hoping to make the trip sometime in August.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Equality in the Heartland of America

This week, Iowa became the third state in the union to legalize same sex marriage. The Iowa Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision concluded that denying same sex couples the right to marry was unconstitutional. Iowa joins Massachusetts and Connecticut in giving equal rights under the law. This is the first time a state in Middle America has granted these rights to LGBT people, and I see this day as a milestone in the fight for nationally recognized marriage equality.