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Make your one-year pledge by July 31 and your first six payments will be matched dollar for dollar! Help Fairness meet the Equal in West Virginia Matching Challenge! #fairnessworks #EqualinWV Visit Fairness's Facebook page for more info!
FEATURE: In the second post in Fairness WV’s “Summer of Love" series on LGBT stories of love, meet the plaintiffs of Hollingsworth v. Perry. Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo have been together since 1998. They live in Burbank, California. Sandy Stier and Kris Perry have been together since 1997 and are the parents of four boys. They live in Berkeley, California. Info & Video Credit: American Foundation for Equal Rights
FEATURE: Meet Jessica & Melody, a committed and loving West Virginian couple. Here’s their story: “Both from West Virginia originally, we have been together for nine years. During that time, we have worked together and played together, exploring the wonders of our state and of the world through literature and travel. The future that we imagine is one in which our LGBT students feel valued in our state.” Read the whole story on Fairness WV's facebook page.
It's been 48 years since the Supreme Court made birth control legal (only for married couples, though). Can you imagine what your life would be like if birth control was illegal? Plus, the six other ways Estelle Griswold changed the world.
TODAY the Boy Scouts of America vote on the proposal to end the organization's longstanding ban on gay youth. Eagle Scout & Fairness WV Program Manager, Justin Gilmore states, "I hope that the many gay youth can fully live the Scout Law and be honest about who they are. My only regret is that I cannot be loyal to the organization by serving as an adult leader."
FEATURE: In anticipation of Monday's Supreme Court decisions regarding marriage equality, Fairness presents a "Summer of Love" series featuring stories of love from the LGBT community. Meet Edie Windsor, the remarkable woman behind the case challenging the constitutionality of DOMA, the federal Defense of Marriage Act, the case officially called United States v. Windsor. Edie shared a long life and inspiring love with her late wife Thea Spyer.
photobooth snapshot of a young lesbian couple. "The secrecy of the photobooth allowed people to create secret keepsakes for themselves. They also captured a spontaneity that is rarely seen in early photography of women.