Not federally, though. Just "personally."
The vocal, openly gay advocate says passing Paterson's marriage bill just isn't in the cards this summer.
Pedro's been posing for too many pictures with fellow "Amigo" Ruben Diaz Sr. for it to seem like it's in the cards.
Lawsuits, petitions, and the slow spreading of civil rights all continue as we enter July.
They didn't even try to vote on anything.
So, that's happening.
The state senator who has pledged to fight against same-sex marriage until the end has a lot more ties to the gay world than you'd suspect.
The former GOP Senate majority leader makes a surprising announcement.
That's what Wayne Barrett at the 'Village Voice' thinks.
Even though the landscape of Albany has been dramatically upheaved, one advocate at least still sees hope.
Soon the state will be the sixth in the nation to recognize marriages between same sex couples.
The conservative minister and state senator is calling what he thinks is Duane's bluff over having the numbers to pass a marriage-equality bill in Albany.
Only those 18,000 gay couples who were married before the constitutional amendment was voted through in November will be allowed to share in the rights afforded straight couples.
The progress of same-sex marriage in New England hits a road bump.
There are many reasons, not all of them political.
Can "Barb & Don" convince voters and their state senators to allow gays to marry?
The lower body of New York's state legislature approved Governor Paterson's measure to allow gay couples to wed last night.
The state's lower body is expected to pass the measure easily.