Same-Sex Marriage

Public opinion on gay rights is complex and sometimes paradoxical. Most Americans say that government should treat homosexuals and heterosexuals the same. Most Americans also say they oppose gay marriage. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to sort through attitudes about same-sex marriage.

Guests:

Andrew Kohut
*Director, The Pew Research Center For The People and The Press, Washington

Rev. David Roseberry
*Episcopal priest, and rector at Christ Church in Plano, Texas

Stanley Kurtz
*Research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University
*Doctorate in Social Anthropology from Harvard University

William (Bill) Eskridge
*Professor of Law, Yale University
*Author of The Case for Same-Sex Marriage and Equality Practice: Civil Unions and the Future of Gay Rights

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