Civil Unions Pass In Rhode Island – Opposed By The Gay Community

| June 30, 2011

Rhode Island – Yes, you read that headline correctly. A law legalizing Civil Unions in Rhode Island for same sex couples passed the Senate last night and is headed to the Governor to sign. But some of the biggest opponents to the law are LGBT organizations. Last night the State Senate in R.I. passed the […]

Exclusive Video- Mitt Romney Refuses Questions On Gay Rights In Utah

| June 24, 2011

Earlier today, Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney made a scheduled stop in downtown Salt Lake City to meet with voters. But when his positions on gay rights were questioned, he quickly moved away and refused to answer. Watch the PRIDEinUtah exclusive video below! Video by PRIDEinUtah reader and local activist Doug Jennings  

Gay Marriage PASSES In New York!

| June 24, 2011

At the end of a VERY long week of anticipation, the New York Senate has finally approved same sex marriage! New York becomes the latest of true-American states to grant equality to their citizens by a final vote of 33-29. The New York Assembly passed their version last week, and there was much doubt as […]

NY Senate Debates Gay Marriage, watch it LIVE here

| June 24, 2011

The New York Senate is scheduled to begin the debate/vote on Marriage Equality any moment! Watch it live below. This video has concluded.

Video- Rise Against releases amazing It Gets Better music video, must watch!

| June 21, 2011

The popular band “Rise Against” has just released a new video called “Make It Stop,” an amazing tribute to the It Gets Better Project aimed at LGBT youth who feel bullied. This is an incredible video folks, watch it below and get the tissues out! Big thanks to the tip by PRIDEinUtah reader Justin Johnson […]

Waddoups’ “Doughnut Hole” Redistricting A Gerrymandered-Disgrace

| June 17, 2011

Utah – Earlier this week at the Redistricting Committee Hearing, Senate President Michael Waddoups revealed his new “Doughnut Hole” map for Utah’s 4 congressional districts. He claims that he’s trying to listen to the people, but instead he’s created the most gerrymandered option yet. Waddoups’ initial plan was to support the “pizza pie” option, which […]

United Nations Passes Resolution Condeming LGBT Discrimination

| June 17, 2011

Wow!! The Human Rights Council of the United Nations has just passed a first-ever resolution condemning all laws and acts of discrimination and violence toward LGBT people worldwide. Read it below. The resolution was brought forward by South Africa, and I am thrilled to note that the United States was one of the countries which […]