What We’re Readingon June 8th, 2012 at 10:51 am
Please enjoy thoughtfully, get fired up by, and/or giggle while reading this week’s pieces from Pride Foundation staff’s recommended reading.
A federal appeals court rejected a request to review its own ruling throwing out a voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage in California. It’s looking more and more likely that the U.S. Supreme Court will weigh in on the marriage equality issue in the coming year.
Why drawing parallels across movements sometimes “glosses over substantial differences in experience in a way that can be hurtful, insulting and alienating.” A piece on thoughtful understandings of intersectionality without automatically equating marginalized identities.
Seattle Catholics are divided on the topic of marriage equality in Washington. Listen via NPR.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy shares eight tips for raising money and support with social media.
Former NFL player Wade Davis comes forward about the challenges of being a gay man in the NFL, his hopes for future NFL players who are gay, and what he’s up to now helping LGBTQ youth in NYC.
Where are LGBTQ folks parenting in the United States?
Christina Rocks is Pride Foundation’s Community Giving Manager. Email Christina.