Blog Posts for Relationships
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:
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.
For the past few weeks, GLAD has been soliciting responses from our community on what ‘Justice’ means to them. Check out some of the inspired responses we got from Boston Pride on GLAD’s Instagram.
The real test of a movement is whether it has the vision to imagine an even more just society for everyone, and the tenacity to get it done.
In 2015, we at GLAD are committed to do better by our community with your help and support.
There's good news for New Hampshire LGBT parents and families. Find out what you need to know.
What are our big dreams for 2015? It’s all about creating a world in which we are not just accepted, but celebrated.
Long before the Goodridge victory set us on the road to nationwide marriage equality, GLAD was fighting for LGBT families. We have fought for the ability to foster and adopt children, to adopt as second and third parents, to secure parentage judgments, and to eliminate LGB and T bias in parental rights determinations.
Protecting adult relationships apart from marriage has also been part of our work, including advancing and defending domestic partner programs from right wing attacks, seeking insurance and death benefits based on economic interdependence, and ensuring couples can divide property equitably at the end of a relationship. We continue to do so today.
Happy one year anniversary of marriage Rhode Island! As the 10th state in the country and the first of 7 states last year to end marriage discrimination, Rhode Island was the tipping point. Thanks to your efforts, the marriage equality front is advancing across the country at lightning speed
And since last August, GLAD has secured victory after victory to move us closer to full equality.
But equality is not the finish line.
GLAD's mission - our mission – has always been not equality under law, but equal justice under law.