I often joke that I’m a professional gay.
Pennsylvania is now at the center of the state-by-state struggle for marriage equality in the United States.
When the deadline for this column loomed, I panicked.
Imagine if your boss could fire you, even though you’re considered a high-quality employee who arrives early and stays late, just because he doesn’t like your husband, wife, boyfriend or girlfriend.
It happened again.
When Alan Chambers, the president of Exodus “ex-gay” Ministries, publically apologized for the hurt he has caused LGBT people, I forgave him.
When I get married, I want to worry about the caterers, not wonder about my government.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on DOMA last month was incredible — a turning point, a tipping point, a critical mass and everything else we say when we’re trying to figure out where we are in the great span of LGBT history.