Same-sex marriage was legalized in New Jersey in October of 2013. The US Supreme Court gave it nationwide status in June of 2015. Prior to those dates Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships were the only way for a same-sex couple to enter into a marriage like legal agreement. After becoming a legal option for gay and lesbian couples in New Jersey, almost three thousand same-sex couples exercised their right to marry in the first six months of legalization.
The “gay panic” homophobic murderer of Daniel Spencer was brought to “justice” today. James Miller was only found guilty of “criminally negligent homicide” and sentenced to 10 years of probation after the jury ruled he was innocent of the murder charges against him. Why? He claimed Spencer made an advance on him, and “gay panic” made […]