Blog Posts for Marriage
Following the presidential election we know that many of you have questions about the future of LGBTQ rights and protections. Here are a few initial answers to questions we've been hearing from the community.
Following this week's presidential election we know that many of you have questions about the future of LGBTQ rights and protections. Here are a few answers to questions we've received about marriage and parenting. In the coming weeks and months we'll have more resources to share. If you have a specific legal question or concern, reach out to us at http://www.GLADAnswers.org
As the year comes to a close, here are 15 (plus a bonus for the New Year) things your support helped GLAD take on in 2015:
I learned something new last Saturday afternoon. As I sat in a warm, sunny room listening to GLAD’s 2015 Spirit of Justice Honoree Jennifer Finney Boylan tell stories and answer questions about her experiences as a transgender woman, I saw language evolve right in front of me. Through the assistance of an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter, Ayisha Knight-Shaw, a Deaf lesbian ASL teacher, led the group through the linguistic evolution of the ASL sign for “transgender.”
When I first started dating my husband Adam, he had just broken up with a woman. It was my first time dating someone bisexual, and I was filled with doubt and confusion as to whether this could work.
Are you a current or former Wal-Mart employee and during your employment at Wal-Mart you were in a valid and legal marriage to a person of the same sex but were denied spousal healthcare coverage for your spouse?
On vacation at the beginning of the month, I got to see my family – something I get to do twice a year for a few days – the first thing my father asked me about was the Supreme Court decision. He said, “You know, you’re kind of like Forrest Gump – things just seem to happen around you.” While I haven’t gotten a scholarship to play ping-pong just yet, or saved anybody from a war, I have experienced more than I ever could’ve expected when I signed on to work at GLAD.
The marriage equality movement has deep roots in New England. GLAD is honored to have worked with so many courageous people who fought for their right to marry all across the New England states, and whose work inspired so many others across the country to do the same.
A Special Marriage Decision Day Community Call