An exponential trend in the % of population in areas where laws have been passed recognizing the rights of same sex couples to marry. But I’m not sure about the term ‘homogamy’, is that a commonly accepted term?
Regardless, I hope the trend continues upward.
From Family Inequality.

An exponential trend in the % of population in areas where laws have been passed recognizing the rights of same sex couples to marry. But I’m not sure about the term ‘homogamy’, is that a commonly accepted term?

Regardless, I hope the trend continues upward.

From Family Inequality.

"Conservatives should start to lead again and push their states to join the nine others that allow all their citizens to marry. I’ve been married for 29 years. My marriage has been the greatest joy of my life. There is nothing conservative about denying other Americans the ability to forge that same relationship with the person they love."

— Jon Huntsman, being too reasonable again.

(Source: theamericanconservative.com)

Proud to be a Washingtonian (aside from the fact that they got enough signatures to get it on the ballot). And since when do we get to vote on minority rights? Come on!
Some polls are closer, like KING 5’s but Ref 74 should still be approved. (And I would trust the non-partisan Washington Poll’s methodology over the SurveyUSA poll’s.) Marriage equality!

Proud to be a Washingtonian (aside from the fact that they got enough signatures to get it on the ballot). And since when do we get to vote on minority rights? Come on!

Some polls are closer, like KING 5’s but Ref 74 should still be approved. (And I would trust the non-partisan Washington Poll’s methodology over the SurveyUSA poll’s.) Marriage equality!

washdems:

Thank you Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos for your $2.5 million contribution to Washington United for Marriage.

"Congratulations, North Carolina. Last night you struck a decisive blow for loneliness. And tonight, as you go to sleep next to your heterosexual lifemate, you can rest assured that all across your great state, a gay man or lesbian woman is crying themselves to sleep in solitude and making your relationship stronger with every tear."

Colbert on the passage (with 61% of the vote, come on!) of an amendment to North Carolina’s constitution to ban same-sex marriage. It is the 30th U.S. state to do so. Hard to believe that equality is on the march but a slim majority of Americans now support same-sex marriage. Public opinion may have shifted on this issue but mobilized values voters [sic] are using the democratic process to deny marriage rights to same-sex couples. I hope this won’t last too long but I’m afraid that a ruling from this Supreme Court might not go the right way. At least the man at the bully pulpit has finally expressed his support.