Mo Baxley of New Hampshire Freedom to Marry on Wednesday announced her resignation from the organization. Baxley cited insufficient funding as the reason for her resignation and said, “I am incredibly proud of the success we have had over the past six years and of New Hampshire’s status as the only state to pass equality entirely legislatively."
"Ohio must have the courage to confront bullying," said Ed Mullen, the executive director of Equality Ohio. "Until our state's laws and school policies specifically address this problem, bullying will continue unabated and schools will remain unsafe."
Said Gaga of the Born This Way Foundation: "Together we hope to establish a standard of bravery and kindness, as well as a community worldwide that protects and nurtures others in the face of bullying and abandonment."
JP Marzullo, Area 3 vice chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, wrote a powerful op-ed for the Concord Monitor in which he speaks lovingly of his son, who is gay, and asks fellow Republicans not to repeal marriage equality.
Jose Manuel Ramirez Perez of Mexico City was arrested and accused of killing and robbing Nicholas Aaronson over the weekend. Perez claimed Aaronson was still alive when Perez left the hotel and said a 15-year-old from Phoenix, Ariz., was responsible for the murder.
New Hampshire state Rep. David Bates, who is the sponsor of a constitutional amendment aiming to ban marriage equality in New Hampshire, has decided not to pursue the measure next year because he wants to make room for a debate on a bill aiming to repeal the current marriage equality law.