The Queer Community’s Road to Equality

In June 2013, SCOTUS helped turn a page in the queer community’s struggle for civil rights. By striking a pertinent portion of the indefensible Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), the Justices cleared the way for LGBTQ citizens of this country to strive for full equality...

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Ding Dong, DOMA Is Dead

Cheers erupted this morning outside the Supreme Court as the ruling was announced that by a 5-4 decision, Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was unconstitutional. For over 15 years, because of DOMA, bi-national same-sex couples were often forced to choose...

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The Perfect Storm to Repeal DOMA

Written by: Ally Bolour, AILA Media-Advocacy Committee The last decade has brought unprecedented advancement in LGBT equality worldwide. Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Spain, and South Africa are among the countries that now recognize LGBT equality, including the right...

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