It seems that the marriage equality will not pass in 2011 in Rhode Island.
A celebration is organized in Chicago to celebrate civil unions which will start on June 1st.
After not passing the marriage equality, the lawmakers of Rhode Island could present a bill to allow civil unions.
One years afterwards, Obama is always thinking on his view of gay marriage.
In Rhode Island, remember that marriage equality didn't pass and then, a few weeks after, civil unions were legalized. But how to be satisfied with this civil union whereas the goal was to obtain the right to marry? Only 9 couples get civil unions in its first month.
Tim Pawlenty, american republican candidate to the presidential elections, is still against marriage equality.
The Rhode Island Senate passed the law allowing the civil unions for the gay and lesbian couples there are a few days and the Governor Lincoln Chafee signed it.
Good news in Rhode Island! Even if there are a few weeks ago the gay marriage didn't pass, the bill for the civil unions has been voted by the House.
A survey was organized in New York following to know who support and who don't gay marriage and here are some results.
Thanks to Nikari and Laura who send me the link, I watch this video which should be watched by everyone and especialy straight people. As described on Youtube, the video is about Zach Wahls, a 19-year-old University of Iowa student who spoke about the strength of his family during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa House of Representatives. Zach has two mothers, and came to oppose House Joint Resolution 6 which would end civil unions in Iowa.