Down to the Wire: Brian & Anton Fight Valentine's Day Deportation

Down to the Wire: Brian & Anton Fight Valentine's Day Deportation

February 11th, 2011

See the full story on Philadelphia's NPR affiliate website here. (Audio of the broadcast here.)Screenshot of Philadelphia Gay News article published today. Full article here.[...]

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY YOU CAN HELP STOP THE DEPORTATION OF ANTON TANUMIHARDJA

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY YOU CAN HELP STOP THE DEPORTATION OF ANTON TANUMIHARDJA

February 11th, 2011

***Listen to today's report on Anton's case from NPR-affiliate WHYY.At Home in Philadelphia: Brian and Anton Are Fighting For a Future TogetherFriday February 11 is the last day that your phone calls can make a difference. The Department of Homeland[...]

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Stop the Valentine's Day Deportation of Anton Tanumihardja

February 8th, 2011

Last week we posted the story of Brian and Anton who are fighting a Valentine's Day deportation in Philadelphia. With only a few days left, we are asking our readers to help us by writing and calling their Senator, Bob[...]

Together For Six Years and Married, Alex & Doug Fight Deportation in California

Together For Six Years and Married, Alex & Doug Fight Deportation in California

February 8th, 2011

Alex and Doug have been fighting deportation since Alex received a notice to appear in Immigration Court in 2009.  (See our October 24, 2010 post: "Gay California Couple Joins Challenge to Defense of Marriage Act, Fight Deportation.)  Alex and Doug[...]

With Deportation Set for Valentines Day, Brian & Anton Fight For A Future Together

With Deportation Set for Valentines Day, Brian & Anton Fight For A Future Together

February 3rd, 2011

In retrospect, Brian describes the summer of 2010 as "momentous" for him and his boyfriend, Anton. Little did they know when they met online that they would now be fighting just to be able to spend Valentine's Day together.  Brian,[...]

Congressman Mike Honda to Re-Introduce Gay and Lesbian Inclusive Immigration Reform Bill

Congressman Mike Honda to Re-Introduce Gay and Lesbian Inclusive Immigration Reform Bill

February 3rd, 2011

"Fourth, the Reuniting Families Act, which I plan to reintroduce this Congress, would allow all Americans to be reunited with their families — including gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender “permanent partners.”"Read Rep. Honda's full article "Immigration Reform Makes Cents," at[...]

Jesse & Max Celebrate Their Tenth Anniversary

Jesse & Max Celebrate Their Tenth Anniversary

January 26th, 2011

This month we proudly celebrate our tenth anniversary.It's been an amazing decade, for which we thank all of our friends and family who have nourished our relationship through the years. That nourishment was essential, given the obstacles imposed by[...]

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A Sister's Plea: Let Jesse & Max Come Back

January 24th, 2011

Perhaps we do not write enough about the love between siblings, but few relationships can be as precious since siblings are there from the beginning of time. Siblings mark a lifetime together that transcends the parental bond in a unique[...]

Josh & Henry Reach 10,000 Supporters As They Continue The Fight To Save Their Marriage

Josh & Henry Reach 10,000 Supporters As They Continue The Fight To Save Their Marriage

January 21st, 2011

Learn more about Josh & Henry's struggle to stay together in this country by visiting their Facebook page. Help them by signing this petition calling on DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano to halt the deportations of spouses of gay and lesbian Americans.[...]

DEPORTED: Forced into Exile, Tom & Emilio Fight to Return But DOMA Stands in Their Way

DEPORTED: Forced into Exile, Tom & Emilio Fight to Return But DOMA Stands in Their Way

January 3rd, 2011

Tom and Emilio met in 2001 in New York City. A year earlier, like so many other gay men from his country, Emilio had left Venezuela in search of a better life in the U.S.  As Tom and Emilio fell[...]

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