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Amy Coney Barrett uses the offensive term ‘sexual preference’ to refer to LGBTQ people, who she falsely claims she’s never discriminated against

At her Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday, the Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett used the widely denounced term “sexual preference” to refer to LGBTQ Americans’ sexual orientations. LGBTQ-rights organisations and others quickly pointed out that the correct term is “sexual orientation” and that anti-LGBTQ activists used “preference” to […]
Amy Coney Barrett uses the offensive term ‘sexual preference’ to refer to LGBTQ people, who she falsely claims she’s never discriminated against
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Michelle and Malia Obama once sneaked out of the White House

Michelle Obama says her eldest daughter, Malia, sneaked out of the White House with her in 2015 to celebrate the legalization of gay marriage. The White House was bathed in rainbow lights to celebrate the monumental Supreme Court decision. Instead of asking permission to leave the house, they strode past […]
Michelle and Malia Obama once sneaked out of the White House
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Some practical thoughts on gay marriage after Anthony Kennedy’s retirement

There are some good reasons to think the Supreme Court is unlikely to reverse key gay-rights decisions, even with a new, more conservative justice replacing Anthony Kennedy. Still, it’s good to be prepared, just in case. If the Obergefell decision were overturned, dead-letter bans on gay marriage that still exist […]
Some practical thoughts on gay marriage after Anthony Kennedy’s retirement
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The 29 countries around the world where same-sex marriage is legal

There are currently only 29 countries that allow same-sex couples to marry. The latest country to pass legislation is Costa Rica, which became the first Central American nation to allow same-sex marriage on May 26, 2020. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. People fighting for same-sex marriage rights around […]
The 29 countries around the world where same-sex marriage is legal
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Mexico’s president proposes legalizing gay marriage

MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Tuesday proposed legalizing gay marriage, a move that would enshrine on a national level a Supreme Court ruling last year that it was unconstitutional for states to bar same-sex couples from wedding.
Mexico’s president proposes legalizing gay marriage
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