All posts for the month November, 2013
November 26, 2013Phoenix is one of 25 cities nationwide to receive a 100% score on the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index, an annual ranking assessing the level of pro-LGBT laws and policies in municipalities across the country.
November 22, 2013Maria and Amanda reside in Sierra Vista, Arizona, with their 11 year old son, Daniel. After meeting years ago while playing in a soccer league, Maria and Amanda quickly fell in love. “We have so much fun with each other. We are constantly picking on each other, laughing together, and being two feisty, stubborn, women with strong personalities!” Maria said.
November 14, 2013Bill Perry—farmer, businessman and third-generation Arizonan—believes that extending the freedom to marry to same-sex couples is consistent with Arizona’s independent spirit. “To me, supporting marriage for loving, same-sex couples falls right in line with the principles our state holds dear: strong families, limited government and personal responsibility,” Perry said.
November 13, 2013This weekend is the second annual COOK Phoenix, hosted by Human Rights Campaign.
It’s going to be a great event and a great opportunity for Why Marriage Matters Arizona to reach supporters and get them involved in our efforts to build support for the freedom to marry in Arizona.
November 6, 2013Entrepreneur Eric Crown knows what it takes to build a thriving business. He’s done it many times over, right here in Arizona. Respect is at the foundation of every business, Crown said. In the three decades since Crown graduated from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business, he has learned that successful businesspeople respect their customers, coworkers and investors regardless of their race, gender or sexual orientation.