Associated Press Highlights Doug and Alex: The Fight To Save Their Marriage and Stop Deportation

Associated Press Highlights Doug and Alex: The Fight To Save Their Marriage and Stop Deportation

June 5th, 2011

Alex and Doug recently participated in the NOH8 photo projectThey must appear for a deportation hearing in Immigration Court on July 13[...]

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Married Binational Lesbian Couple, Together for Ten Years and Raising Three Children, Live in Fear of Deportation

June 3rd, 2011

Pictured here with their oldest child when he was five years old, the couple also has two daughters My wife is from England and we have been in a committed life partner relationship for 10 years. When California allowed lesbian and[...]

President Obama: Americans Should Not Be Forced To Choose Between Their Partners and Their Country

President Obama: Americans Should Not Be Forced To Choose Between Their Partners and Their Country

June 2nd, 2011

This week there was a hopeful sign from the White House. For the first time since we launched the Stop The Deportations, Separations and Exile campaign, the President has signaled his support for lesbian and gay binational couples. In a[...]

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Married Houston Couple, David and Marco, Fight Deportation Despite Six Years Together As A Couple

June 2nd, 2011

The love of my life, David, is from the beautiful country of Costa Rica; it is a place, where---despite its beauty and popularity for American tourists----lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have been victimized in many cruel and horrible ways[...]

Norbert & Phil in West Africa: Why Marriage Matters

Norbert & Phil in West Africa: Why Marriage Matters

May 30th, 2011

I never in my wildest dreams would have imagined this for myself. The cultures are just too different, the language barrier is just too high, the potential just isn’t there, I would have said. But if my time in the[...]

Stop The Deportations - The DOMA Project Welcomes Los Angeles Summer Intern, Justin Page

Stop The Deportations - The DOMA Project Welcomes Los Angeles Summer Intern, Justin Page

May 25th, 2011

Born in Northern California, Justin Page is a Political Science undergraduate Honors student at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, one of the most culturally diverse campuses in the nation. He is pursuing a minor in Chicano/Latino Studies with[...]

Married Gay Binational Couple in Exile for Six Years After Fulbright Teacher from Nashville Falls in Love in Austria

Married Gay Binational Couple in Exile for Six Years After Fulbright Teacher from Nashville Falls in Love in Austria

May 23rd, 2011

Andy and Achim at their wedding in June 2006 Growing up in Nashville, Tennessee, I always dreamed of traveling and seeing the world. I finally got my chance in college and again after graduation. I applied for a job abroad as[...]

IPS: Activists Fight Deportations of Gay Couples

IPS: Activists Fight Deportations of Gay Couples

May 19th, 2011

See full article here. "After Erwin de Leon successfully defended his dissertation, he felt relief at being closer to earning his doctorate in public and urban policy. But the achievement also meant that time was running out to find a way[...]

Binational Couple Asks: Is Our Love Less Than Yours?

Binational Couple Asks: Is Our Love Less Than Yours?

May 18th, 2011

Full article and photos by Karen Ocamb here.[...]

Andrew Sullivan: Imagine the U.S. Deported Your Spouse

Andrew Sullivan: Imagine the U.S. Deported Your Spouse

May 18th, 2011

See post on The Daily Beast. Thanks, Andrew![...]

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