Church and State play politics with equality rights in the US

The historic train of marriage equality in the United States continues to move forward with members of the US Presbyterian Church voting on Tuesday, March 17 to change their definition of marriage to include same sex marriage. More and more States are adopting marriage equality while the nation waits for the US Supreme Court to […]

HomoCulture News and Politics Todd Hauptman

This article was published on March 24th, 2015

US Senator, Ted Cruz, in favour of proposing restrictions on LGBT rights

The historic train of marriage equality in the United States continues to move forward with members of the US Presbyterian Church voting on Tuesday, March 17 to change their definition of marriage to include same sex marriage. More and more States are adopting marriage equality while the nation waits for the US Supreme Court to rule on whether marriage for all is a constitutional right.

One of the most conservative US Senators, Ted Cruz, announced his candidacy on Monday, March 23, for the Republican Nomination for President of the United States. Cruz has an extremely socially conservative worldview that would propose restrictions on LGBT rights, not freedoms. He was the first major candidate for president to announce for the 2016 election.

While the fight for equality rights continues around the world, especially in the United States, culture is slowly seeing the light that in a world filled with such hate that true love should be embraced wherever it is found.


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