[Editor's note: The first part of the article below reports the news of a judges decision to uphold the ban on gay marriage in Tennessee. The second part of this article is the author's opinion. The latter is distinctly marked as such.]
A Tennessee judge has ruled that the state’s ban on gay marriage and that the constitution of the United States does not protect a same-sex couple’s right to get married.
Here’s a sneak peak of a new LGBT flick you won’t want to miss! Tennessee Queer is the story of an openly gay man living in New York City who grew up in a small town in Tennessee and his journey to make a difference for LGBT youth. It’s got religion, politics and (of course) gay pride.
You can watch the Tennessee Queer movie trailer here:
If a group of civil rights attorneys have their way, Ohio could be the next to allow same-sex marriage. The lawsuit filed by the group claims that Ohio’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional, and they cited arguments that have led judges to strike down same sex marriage bans in five other states. According to the Associated Press, Continue reading
“America’s Got Talent” is back on NBC, and on Tuesday night’s episode we were introduced to a 20-year-old opera singer from Tennessee named Jonathan Allen. In case you missed it; judges Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Madel all voted to advance to Jonathan to the next round in Las Vegas, however it’s his story that made Madel welcome Allen to a new family.
Watch his performance and hear his brave story here:
A change in events may have derailed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill in Tennessee as the sponsors behind the legislation have been forced to pick between abstinence and homophobia.