Wockner, Rex
May 2001
Bay Windows;5/3/2001, pN.PAG
Reports that lesbian Jane Rule, author of the book "Desert Hearts," criticizes the effort to legalize gay marriage in Canada as of May 2001. Policy for gay and lesbian couples who live together for more than a year in Canada; Reason for the position of Rule against same-sex marriage.


Related Articles

  • Prosecutor battles Spanish judge who blocked marriages.  // Gay & Lesbian Times;4/6/2006, Issue 954, p32 

    The article reports that Judge Laura Alabau is facing an appeal by the Alicante prosecutors after she refused to conduct a marriage ceremony for two British same-sex couples in Spain. Her reasons were typically based on Great Britain's rule that grants only civil partnership to same-sex lovers...

  • Marriage equality takes to the highway. Ralston, Rachel // Gay & Lesbian Times;8/12/2004, Issue 868, p14 

    Looks into the issue of same-sex marriage in the U.S. through the Marriage Equality Caravan, sponsored by the Marriage Equality California. Identification of U.S. cities that the caravan will tour; Views on how gay people conduct their everyday lives; Number and names of the countries that allow...

  • Numbers of civil unions declining.  // Gay & Lesbian Times;7/7/2005, Issue 915, p33 

    Reports on the decline in the number of civil unions of same-sex couples in Vermont. Factors contributing to the decline in civil unions; Total civil unions in 2004; Proportion of same-sex couples from Massachusetts who were married in Vermont.

  • VERIFIED COMPLAINT.  // Hillary Goodridge--Verified Complaint;4/1/2001, p1 

    The article presents the verified complaint filed by several same-sex couples in Massachusetts. The civil rights action alleges that GLBT couples have been deprived of the freedom to join civil marriage with person they love in violation of the law of the Commonwealth. The plaintiffs are seeking...

  • Right on Rites.  // Guide;Aug2004, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p6 

    Editorial. Focuses on the opposition to same-sex marriage in the United States. Efforts of the religious right to defend traditional marriage; Difference of gay marriage from gender-bound marriage.

  • Nashua same-sex marriage hearing draws 300 speakers.  // Gay & Lesbian Times;9/15/2005, Issue 925, p31 

    Reports that more than 300 people spoke their minds on same-sex marriage at a public hearing in Nashua, New Hampshire. Venue at the Grace Fellowship Church; Panel of lawmakers, private citizens and state officials charged with studying which laws would be affected if civil unions or marriage...

  • IN SICKNESS and in HEALTH. Burg, Roger // ScotsGay Magazine;Jun2005, Issue 64, p5 

    Presents information on civil partnership between gay couples in Scotland. Reasons for the need to enter the partnership; Problems involved in the partnership; Comparison with heterosexual marriage.

  • 3,900 couples married in the Netherlands. Wockner, Rex // Bay Windows;3/11/2004, Vol. 22 Issue 13, p11 

    Reports on the number of same-sex couples who have gotten married in the Netherlands since it became the first nation to open up marriage on April 1, 2001. Number of weddings that took place in 2001 and 2002; Countries that issue marriage licenses to gay couples; Nations that offer civil unions...

  • Calpernia Addams & Andrea James.  // Advocate;12/7/2004, Issue 928, p30 

    This article discusses the moral and legal aspects involved in the issue of same-sex marriage in the U.S. The GLBT community was used as a wedge to divide the country. The families are the new U.S. folk demon in this moral panic about marriage. Legal and political recognition of gender affects...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics