You can do your part to win the freedom to marry.
There are many ways to GET INVOLVED:
The most important thing everyone can do is talk with other people about gay people and marriage equality, letting them know it matters to you and giving them a chance to ask questions and think anew.
Here are the top 10 ways to get involved and start having conversations about the freedom to marry:
- Nominate a Voice for Equality
- Learn How to Talk About Marriage Equality and Start Talking
- Sign the Marriage Resolution
- Join our Online Discussions at our Facebook Page or Group, MySpace Page or Group, YouTube, Twitter, Glee, & FaithBase.
- Tell your Story at the Story Center
- Sign the Religious Endorsement
- Volunteer or Get a Job working for marriage equality
- Check out the Event Calendar
- Get Involved with National Partner Organizations
- Get Involved with State Partner Organizations
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)