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Gay Community Debates Gay Marriage

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Gay Community Debates Gay Marriage

Gay Community Debates Gay Marriage

Gay Community Debates Gay Marriage

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From Massachusetts to California, the fight over gay marriage intensifies. With conservatives arguing against it, and liberals and gay activists for it, is there room for debate among gays? We hear arguments for and against marriage within the gay community.

Guests:

Jonathan Katz
*Executive coordinator of the Larry Kramer Initiative for Lesbian and Gay Studies

Ruthann Robson
*Law professor at City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law in Queens
*Contributing writer to Out magazine

Mark Mead
*Political director for Log Cabin Republicans