MTV Act Blog Just another WordPress site Selfless Snaps: Darren Criss + Adam Lambert Say F You! And You Should Too. Jun 5th 2013, 15:04 Photos: (Friend Movement) Earmuffs please, because Darren Criss, Adam Lambert and other celebs are about to say the "f" word. Wait, actually, don't cover your ears. There are plenty of awful words that begin with "f," but thanks to a new campaign these celebs want you to focus on The New F Word: friend. The New F Word is a "grassroots photo...Read Full Story
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Today, we celebrate the memory and legacy of American hero and civil rights activist , Harvey Milk. We look at the great cause that he was a part of, which was to see the achievement of full equality for LGBT citizens in the United States ( and in the world).
There have been major steps forward, since his assassination, in terms, of the law and we see milestones within our reach in marriage equality soon for the whole nation. Public opinion have turn in favor of recognizing...Read Full Story
MTV Act Blog Just another WordPress site Sweet Tweet: Ricky Martin Shares Beyonce's Catchy Support of Same-Sex Marriage Mar 28th 2013, 16:33 Photo: (Getty) This week the Supreme Court is listening to two different cases involving same-sex marriage, so people are letting their voices be heard on the issue. Beyoncé, following in the footsteps of her hubs Jay-Z, has announced her support of marriage equality, and Ricky Martin is happy to share. That's because Beyoncé didn't just...Read Full Story
This week the United States Supreme Court will hear two cases regarding marriage equality, more specifically for same sex couples. One case focuses on California’s Prop 8. That case will start to be heard on Tuesday, March 26th. The second case will be heard on Wednesday, March 27th and will focus on the constitutionality of DOMA, the Defense of Marriage Act.
Although both cases pertain to the LGBT community, the overarching theme of equality affects all Americans.
Polls show that...Read Full Story