Tagged with gay marriage

Gay Marriage Again

Going back into the drafts folder for today’s post. Recently, an appeals court struck down Utah’s same sex marriage ban. The state plans to appeal, meaning that “gay marriage” might go to the Supreme Court again. I found this wonderful set of pictures from the last time same sex marriage made its way to the … Continue reading


(originally published on LiveJournal) With 44.2% of precincts reporting, Proposition 8, which eliminates the right of gay couples to marry, is going to pass. The “yes” people are up by 400,000 votes. Yes, Barack Obama won, and I am incredibly happy – really I can’t describe the mixture of emotions. I’m going to get a Barack … Continue reading

My Contribution to No on 8

(originally published on LiveJournal)   In California, Prop. 8 would eliminate the right of same-sex couples to marry. Last night, my parents and grandmother came over for dinner. My dad (who’s big into election issues, and always has been) asked if I had a chance to read all the propositions (there are 12). I said no, … Continue reading

More Thoughts on Gay Marriage

(originally published on LiveJournal) One of my aunts sent me another email message today, saying that I got it wrong, because God is right, so she is right. She went on to use scripture to condemn homosexuality, and completely ignored the facts that I sent to refute her claims. So, I went blunt with: Jesus … Continue reading

NOT Transracial Adoption or Placement

Oct. 13th, 2005 at 9:00 PM I belong to a Yahoo! Group, Transracial Adoption and Placement. Normally, it’s a group of several women and a few men who ask their questions and share their knowledge about various issues facing multi-racial families. When one member finally got her daughter home from Haiti, we congratulated her. When … Continue reading