Gay Marriage

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Oxford Dictionary to Adopt Gay-Friendly Marriage Definition

In wake of gay marriage legalization in Britain, OED caves to gays.
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Supreme Bias: Nets Slam Overturning of Liberal Law, Applaud “Historic” Rejection of Defense of Marriage

Exposing their liberal sympathies, the media howl with outrage one day at a Supreme Court case that voids one section of the 1965 Voting Rights Act as out of date, then gleefully celebrate the ...
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Light in the Mocasins

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The New Yorker Celebrates Gay Marriage with Bert and Ernie Cover

‘Sesame Street’ characters in domestic bliss; HuffPo wants them outed.
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'Today' Show Panel Praises Pop Culture Being 'Ahead of the Courts' on Gay Marriage

Leading off a panel discussion on Thursday's NBC Today applauding the Supreme Court's gay marriage decisions, co-host Natalie Morales proclaimed: "Wednesday's historic ruling on same-sex ...
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USA TODAY: Hollywood ‘the best man of gay marriage?’

Paper hails pop culture for clearing path for SSM.  
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Rainbow Rapture: Networks Cheer Gay Marriage Rulings with 86 Percent Favorable Coverage

Wall-to-wall celebratory coverage on ABC, CBS and NBC.  
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NBC Cheers Gay 'Vindication': 'Day San Francisco's Castro District Has Been Waiting For'

Celebrating Wednesday's Supreme Court rulings in favor of gay marriage, on Thursday's NBC Today, correspondent Gabe Gutierrez reported live from San Francisco city hall and announced: "In one of ...
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No Objectivity Needed: Robin Roberts Thrilled Over 'Wonderful' 'Jubilation' at Gay Marriage Win

The journalists at Good Morning America seem to have decided that the gay marriage debate no longer has two sides. On Thursday, co-anchor Robin Roberts opened the program by spinning Wednesday's ...
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NBC Reporter Gushes: Gay Marriage Rulings 'Very Personally Satisfying' for Obama

Reporting from the White House lawn during NBC's live coverage of the Supreme Court's rulings in favor of gay marriage on Wednesday, correspondent Peter Alexander touted how the decisions were ...
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