Fort Lauderdale resident and former Miami Dolphin Brendon Ayanbadejo is turning to political activism, supporting same-sex marriage in Florida. There is a large population of LGBT people here in South Florida who don't have the rights that the rest of the country gets to enjoy," he said. You can look at the Emancipation proclamation, Loving versus Virginia, Brown versus Board of Education [banning segregated schools] and now here with marriage equality," he said. We're here to try to make America get it right and make the Constitution live up to everything it promises. Ayanbadejo was a linebacker for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. He's been released by the Baltimore Ravens and doesn't know if he'll have a continuing NFL career at age
Same-sex marriage in Texas
The Gay Nineties
Dolphins were once humorously alluded to as "gay sharks" on an episode of "Glee," but a new study suggests that bisexuality and even homosexuality among the marine mammals may be very much a reality. As Discovery News is reporting , research scientists at the University of Massachusetts studied more than bottlenose dolphins in western Australia, concluding that the males were "found to engage in extensive bisexuality, combined with periods of exclusive homosexuality. Still, from the sounds of it, life for a "gay" or "straight" male dolphin isn't all fun and games. Not only do male bottlenose dolphins reportedly break out into gangs to protect their females, but according to one leading researcher on the study, reportedly published in the journal " Proceedings of the Royal Society B ," their male-to-male relationships are "very intense.
Of Mormons and (Gay) Marriage
Bill O'Reilly again theorized that the legalization of gay marriage could lead to interspecies marriages, stating to Margaret Hoover, "[Y]ou would let everybody get married who want to get married. You want to marry a turtle, you can. During the May 11 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor , Bill O'Reilly returned to his theory that the legalization of gay marriage could lead to the eventual legalization of interspecies marriages, this time stating to Fox News analyst Margaret Hoover, who argued against O'Reilly's theories , "[Y]ou would let everybody get married who want to get married.
Jairid Pacileo February 22, A milestone in gay rights and equality occurred in California as Proposition 8, also known as Prop 8, was ruled unconstitutional. On Feb. Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that the proposition violates the Fourteenth Amendment, which in essence prohibits the states to restrict the basic rights of citizens.