Freedom to Marry Resources
Freedom to Marry's publications are available for download or rebranding by anyone interested.
Candidates' Guide on How to Support Marriage Equality and Get Elected (pdf)
Why candidates should support the freedom to marry not just because it is the right thing to do, but because it is also in their interest to do so.
Marriage Makes a Word of Difference (pdf)
Would you swap your marriage for a "civil union"?
The Freedom to Marry: Why Non-Gay People Care and What We Can Do About It (pdf)
Read about why non-gay people care about the freedom to marry and what you can do to help.
For Richer, For Poorer: The Freedom to Marry as a Matter of Economic Justice (pdf)
Why the freedom to marry is a matter of economic justice.
What is Freedom to Marry? (pdf)
Find out more about our organization and our role in the important fight for the freedom to marry.
The Time Is Now to Fight for the Freedom to Marry (pdf)
Find out why the time to end discrimination in marriage has arrived.
Why Marriage (pdf)
Quick answers as to why civil unions, domestic partnership, or any other second-class status isn't good enough.
Stand Up for Our Constitution (pdf)
Our state and federal constitutions are among the most important documents in the union. Find out more about the consequences of enacting a marriage amendment.
Marriage Equality and Lessons for the Scary Work of Winning (pdf)
Evan Wolfson's seminal document outlining the marriage equality movement in the context of our nation's ongoing evolution toward equality.
Why the UnAmerican Attacks on So-Called Activist Judges Must Stop (pdf)
The American judicial system plays a crucial role in our system of checks and balances. Read about why the disingenuous attacks on our judges & courts cannot be allowed to continue.
Support the Respect for Marriage Act by contacting your legislative leaders and friends.(Link)
Make sure LGBT families and people are accurately counted in the 2010 census.(Link)
A new report shows the past 10 years have been a period of dramatic gains in equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in America, including sharp increases in the number of LGBT Americans protected by family recognition legislation at the state level. (Link)
Learn more about the 13th annual Freedom to Marry Week, February 8-14, 2010. (Link)