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222 West Coleman Boulevard, Mount Pleasant, SC, 29464, USA
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||1 843 881-0358
|| Mrs. Lin Lewis
Serving: Lowcountry SC
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USA: How Long Until the South Sees Marriage Equality?
May 20th, 2013
Forget marriage equality - even basic human rights are hard to come by for our LGBT brothers and sisters in the South. The Advocate reports:
The battles against LGBT people continue to be waged quietly in the South. Alabama's current school curriculum requires teachers to instruct students that homosexuality is an "unacceptable, criminal lifestyle," according to the Human... read_more
South Carolina, USA: LGBT Non-Discrimination Bill To Be Introduced
Apr 27th, 2013
A South Carolina Democrat, Rep. James Smith plans introduce an LGBT non-discrimination bill next week. LGBTQ Nation reports:
A bill protecting all workers from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity will be introduced in the South Carolina House of Representatives next Tuesday, according to staff at a state LGBT equality group. "All hardworking people in... read_more
And Then There Were Three - South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson for Marriage Equality
Apr 8th, 2013
The number of Democratic US Senators who don't support marriage equality continues to dwindle. South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson endorses marriage equality. Think Progress reports:
JOHNSON: After lengthy consideration, my views have evolved sufficiently to support marriage equality legislation. This position doesn't require any religious denomination to alter any of its tenets; it simply forbids government from... read_more
South Carolina's Mark Sanford of "Appalachian Trail" Fame Squirms Over Marriage Equality Question
Apr 6th, 2013
Back in the running for political office, disgraced former Governor Mark Sanford ( you may remember the famous "hiking the appalachian trail" dodge) was put on the spot on marriage equality by CNN's Jake Tapper:
"Who are you to deny love between two men or two women, when you are somebody who talks about following his heart, regardless of... read_more
USA: How Long Will the South Deny Marriage Equality?
Mar 27th, 2013
Nate Cohn thinks it will be a long, long time. Andrew Sullivan reports at the Dish:
With evangelicals slower to change their minds, Southern states should move at a slower pace than the national average. To date, support for gay marriage has increased at a roughly linear rate of 2 points per year. But it's possible that increases... read_more
Marriage Equality Rallies Next Week
Mar 19th, 2013
United for Marriage is planning more than 150 marriage equality rallies next week to coincide with the Supreme Court hearings on prop 8 and Defense of Marriage Act. Here are a few of them:
In Charlotte, SC, the rally will be held on March 26th at 6 PM. The Battery reports:
"The idea was to have... read_more
USA: The "We Do" Campaign Seeks Marriage Equality in the South
Jan 13th, 2013
In the Southeast, where legal same-sex marriage remains a distant hope for many, some are challenging the law of the land in a very direct way: gay couples are requesting marriage licenses knowing they'll face rejection under state law.
Through the "We Do" campaign, organized and executed by the gay rights group Campaign for Southern Equality, roughly 50 couples have sought... read_more
Same Sex Couples Denied Marriage Licenses in Greenville, South Carolina
Jan 12th, 2013
Ivy Hill is a real estate investor and manages a family-owned campground. Misha Gibson is a student at Limestone College and hopes to go into social work. They want to get married.
The Piedmont couple went to County Square on Friday and stood in line behind another couple filling out a marriage license. When it came to their turn, they were... read_more
USA: Gay Activists to Demand Marriage Licenses in Seven Southern States
Jan 3rd, 2013
As part of a planned action by the Campaign for Southern Equality (CSE) yesterday, five lesbian couples applied for marriage licenses in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
The state of Mississippi passed a constitutional ban on gay marriage in 2004.
The women came to the courthouse as part of the CSE's "We Do" campaign and, as expected, all the couples were turned away: "This takes... read_more
The Campaign for Southern Equality
Nov 14th, 2012
Our friend at Joe.my.God brings our attention to a new video from The Campaign for Southern Equality, to bring full LGBT Equality to the states in the South, one of the most homophobic regions of the country. Watch the video:
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