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Ann Rostow: Barack Says, Take One Big Step Forward

By Ann Rostow Barack Says, Take One Big Step Forward President Obama has added sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of groups that have been protected against discrimination…

Ann Rostow: Utah King To Me

By Ann Rostow Utah King To Me! My last column ended with a bang. No sooner had I filed the tedious accounting of GLBT civil rights news dribs and drabs…

Ann Rostow: Big Gay Day Coming Up in Sixth Circuit

This Just In!: Tenth Circuit Rules for Equality; Indiana Ban Ruled Unconstitutional As this issue of the SF Bay Times goes to press comes word that the U.S. Court of…

Ann Rostow: Spring Forward, Fall Back

By Ann Rostow Spring Forward, Fall Back For two columns now, I’ve steered clear of discussing the insider book about the Prop 8 case, Forcing the Spring, written by Pulitzer…

Ann Rostow: Hmmmm. What Shall We Talk About?

By Ann Rostow Hmmmm. What Shall We Talk About? I think there are only three states left in the country that are not embroiled in a federal marriage suit, not…

Ann Rostow: The New Black

By Ann Rostow Swirling through the debate over marriage and gay rights in general is a deeper American colloquy. Is opposition to gay equality a matter of opinion to be respected?…

Ann Rostow: The Litigious Month of April

By Ann Rostow It’s April, which means that oral arguments on marriage are around the corner at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. It also means that…

Ann Rostow: Oh Oh Oh… It’s Madness!

By Ann Rostow Don’t tell my editors, please, but I’m way behind on my column because I had to fill out my billion-dollar March Madness bracket. All these decisions to…

Christian Agonistes

By Ann Rostow Last week, as you no doubt witnessed, Arizona governor Jan Brewer vetoed the law that would have allowed business owners to refuse gay clients based on religious…

When It Rains, It Pours

By Ann Rostow Back in the day, before beluga caviar soared to a couple hundred dollars an ounce, I used to indulge. My father always bought me caviar for breakfast…

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