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A Year Later And Where Are We? A Look At Organizing For Marriage Equality in California

November 4, 2008 – a day history was made. Crowds gather around their television sets waiting for the poll results to come in. A collective breath was held. Parents were holding their children’s hands in anticipation. Celebrations were ready to go. Then the results of the vote were announced – Proposition 8 had passed in California - the shock, the utter disappointment, the insult. Human rights were not being gained, but stripped away from a class of people in one of the most “so-called” progressive states in the nation.

Maine to Vote on Gay Marriage

Maine residents will decide tomorrow whether to repeal a law allowing same-sex marriage, an effort that has succeeded in every state where it has been put before voters. Public opinion surveys in Maine show a dead heat on Question 1, which would cancel the marriage statute that passed the legislature in May.

Servicemembers United Statement on Justice Department's Emergency Appeal in DADT Lawsuit

The Justice Department has unfortunately given notice that it intends to take the extra and unnecessary step of filing an emergency appeal in an attempt to get the only remaining legal challenge to the constitutionality of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) law dismissed, despite a judge’s earlier ruling denying the government’s motion to dismiss.

Hunger at Home Gears Up for 2nd Annual Charity Gala

Feeling charitable or just looking for an excuse to wear your best evening attire? Tickets are still available and Hunger at Homes is also still in need of sponsors, auction items, volunteers and donors.

Love Warrior- The Debate On 8

Last November 4, enraged by defeat we, as a community, picked ourselves up, dusted ourselves off, and took to the streets in solidarity driven by hope that the courts would rule in our favor. The question now, it would seem, is when to go back to the ballot.

Repeal of the HIV Ban: What Does It Mean?

In the wake of today’s announcement that the administration has approved final repeal of the HIV Travel and Immigration Ban, we know that many people have questions about what repeal means, how it works, when it goes into effect and how specific cases may be impacted by these new developments.

Help Send Young Democrats to Maine to Fight for Marriage Equality!

With only five days left until voters head to the polls, Stonewall Young Democrats chapters across California, including members of San Diego's chapter, are leading the charge to prevent the anti-equality movement from taking away the right of same-sex couples to marry in Maine.