2. The Washington Post has piece about young gay students in U.S. middle and high schools, and the challenges they face.
3. Kandee of Lots of Thinking discusses one thing that many who have written about the now infamous New Yorker cover have missed - what the drawing of Michelle Obama's hair implies.
4. McCain doesn't believe same-sex couples should be allowed to adopt children - more here and here.
5. According to one study discussed by MSNBC, "Having a husband creates an extra seven hours of housework each week for women, according to a new study. For men, tying the knot saves an hour of weekly chores." (Thanks, J., for pointing me to it)
6. Pam discusses a travesty:
The U.S. Census Bureau, hiding behind DOMA, will edit the responses given by same-sex couples in California and Massachusetts (as well as any other states that may legalize marriage equality by then).
Even though thousands of couples will have legal civil marriage certificates, they will be reported in statistics that will be relied upon by demographers and agencies as "unmarried partners." Politicizing the census with bad data is unacceptable.
7. Salon's Broadsheet takes down one stupid article blaming equality laws for the problems women face in the workplace.