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Same sex marriage is being contested in some states and now what seemed to have been a decision etched in stone has become the center of National debate. Supporters say that its unconstitutional to restrict anyone who wants to get married from sharing nuptials. Opposition says that the institution of marriage is being destroyed. Who's right and where do you stand? Call in this Tuesday to comment on the HOT TOPIC "SHOULD SAME SEX MARRIAGE BE RECOGNIZED IN EVERY STATE?" Call 760.283.4647 or click www.eblockradio.com to see us LIVE on uStream. ***DOWNLOAD THE E-BLOCK RADIO MOBILE APP FOR YOUR MOBILE DEVICE RIGHT NOW*** Don't forget to follow the crew on Instagram and Twitter @RealMonkMoney and HoodHowardStern
EPISODE 56 - SAME SEX MARRIAGE CONTROVERSY - WHAT IS GOD'S STAND?
With the Federal court striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), in essense, it has made same-sex marriages legal at the Federal level. But what about at the state level? Many states have followed the Federal court's decision and are recognizing same-sex marriages, but some states, like Utah, are fighting that decision.
In this episode, find out:
Does God have a stand on same-sex marriages?
What do you do if you live in a state that now recognizes same-sex marriages but you are against them?
How do you be Christ-like and still love homosexuals without compromising your beliefs and values?
What do the Polls say about Same-Sex Marriage ?
Eight national polls on same-sex marriage have been conducted so far this year, according to the PollingReport.com database. The consensus of these polls is that support for same-sex marriage now exceeds opposition to it; on average, the polls have 51 percent saying they approve same-sex marriage, and 43 percent saying they are opposed.Nate Silver
Same Sex Marriage
Panelists: Willie, Jermaine, Mike Allen & Shunda
CHIVALRY AND SAME-SEX MARRIAGE PROS AND CONS: Chivalry was once considered the expression of the noblest and most honorable qualities of the ideal knight. How does the Lgbt Community fit into this ancient code of conduct? Is the femme to be considered the “weaker” person? Should the “butch” person be in charge? Special guest host will be Stacey L. English. Let's talk about it Live & Direct on Tuesday, Nov 19th 2013 @ 8:30p EST. Dial (347) 850-8318, press #1 if you'd like to join the panel LIVE ON AIR or stay on the line & simply listen to our show. Remember all calls are ANONYMOUS and you can also join us in our chat room. Please join in on another exciting episode and thank you again for all your Love & Support!!!!
The Supreme Court is wading into the fight over same-sex marriage at a time when public opinion is shifting rapidly in its’ permission of gay and lesbian couples to wed. To date, 40 states don't allow it. Supporters of Proposition 8 say the court should respect the verdict of California voters who approved the ban in 2008 and let the fast-changing politics of gay marriage evolve on their own. Join our discussion. Open forum.
Tonight R. Frederick Riddle briefly examines the movie Noah, plus comments on ObamaCare. The real issue however is Same-Sex Marriage. There are many questions, such as, "Can you be a practicing homosexual and be a Christian?"
R. Frederick Riddle is becoming known as an author of Christian Fiction, a blogger, and as host of his weekly BTR program: The R Frederick Riddle Show.
Mr. Riddle is a born-again Christian with almost 40 years of Bible study and a life-time of studying the world at large. He is also active in his church.
Launching his radio show in 2012, he has been very happy with the opportunity to connect with others who may share his interest in the world events going on every day. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Model Angela, Houston ReRe, and Desy go in with their weekly gossip, Featured Artist of the Week: TBA, and Tip of The Week. Featured Topic of The Week: Do you agree with Obama on same sex marriage?
In this show, I will talk to Professor Anthony C. Infanti, of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law about the two cases the US Supreme Court heard this past Spring regarding same-sex marriage. We will review the cases, and what each is about, and then discuss some of the options for what the Court may do in June when their decision is slated to be announced.
There is mixed information out there that predicts that a decision may end all questions about the legality of same-sex marriage, but in reality, the decision may create more questions than it resolves. What may be answered, and what may be next for same-sex couples, especially those in Pennsylvania? How is each of the two decisions expected different? And are there questions that are of interest to law scholars, but that may mean anything practically to same-sex couples or their opponents?
Lastly, I want to talk to Tony about how activism plays a role (or doesn't when it comes to the Supreme Court, and ask him to weigh in on the relationship of court decisions to legislative and other efforts for same-sex marriage.
As a heterosexual diversity professional, I have had connections to the LGBT community for my entire life. And I am a devout Christian. My children's godfather is gay. A very close personal friend of our family was gay. And I have had lesbian friends for many years. For me, it's just the way it is…some people are straight like me. Some people are not. And in that spirit I openly endorsed the Massachusetts court ruling on same sex marriage in 2004, much to the horror of some of my would be friends and clients. Now nine years later LGBT and same sex marriage issues are part of our everyday conversation. And today, to shed light on a very personal experience of what it's like to live in the LGBT community, my guest is Simma Lieberman. My friend for many years. A well respected diversity and inclusion consultant from Berkeley, California. And a lesbian mother who recently shared her evolution on same sex marriage following the death of her partner of 18 years, Sandra Brown. Her commentary was just published on the CNN website…and its heartwarming account of two women in love will cause you to re-examine your own perspective on LGBT issues. Stop long enough and listen to today's show. And share the interview with your friends and colleagues so that you can explore LGBT issues with greater clarity and confidence.
Visit's Carole blog posting and link to the CNN article featuring Simma Lieberman:
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