Archive for the ‘Queer vs. Gay Rights’ category

With what seems like marriage around the corner in New York for same-sex couples, some of us have been thinking about how to Queer the politics of full legal recognition.  Reform of the marriage law is most certainly a good thing – particularly given how many lesbian and gay New Yorkers see marriage equality as […]

The Delaware governor, Jack Markell, is prepared to sign into law a new Civil Union bill, making Delaware the 8th state to pass a law that creates a civil status functionally equivalent to marriage (at least on a state level until DOMA is repealed).  These laws have come to be called “Everything but Marriage” laws. […]

Larra Morris and Mayte Rivera-Rodriguez, two students in the Gay Marriage seminar, imagine what marriage would be working on, were it in therapy: [youtube][/youtube]

From Tanya Domi: From Madison to Tripoli, the conventional understanding of political order at home and abroad has been upended–turned on its head in a matter of days and weeks since the beginning of 2011. So why is this moment so critical for the future of the progressive LGBT political agenda? I was struck by […]

Katherine Biers and Katherine Franke (but mostly Biers), professors who taught the Gay Marriage seminar last fall, have fun imagining what would happen if Michael Warner and Antonin Scalia met in an alley and had a chat about marriage. [flv width=”480″ height=”380″][/flv] —

Kaley Bell and Danielle Hemple, two students in the Gay Marriage Seminar, have fun with the importance of same-sex wedding announcements in the New York Times. [flv width=”480″ height=”380″][/flv]

Ann Grant and Alok Gupta, two students in the Gay Marriage Seminar, consider blowing open the couple with the thruple! [flv width=”480″ height=”380″][/flv]

A Queer Take on Wedding Planning

February 17th, 2011

MiRi Song and Danya Harnett-Robinson, two students from the Gay Marriage Seminar, have fun with excess in wedding planning: [flv width=”480″ height=”380″][/flv]

David Brown & Janus Schutte, students in the Gay Marriage Seminar at Columbia Law School, honor February as the month of love with a fantastic new take on the wedding proposal. [flv width=”480″ height=”380″][/flv]

February is, we all know, the month for lovers.  In recognition thereof, the Gender & Sexuality Law Blog will be releasing the incredibly fabulous videos about love, relationships and marriage made by our students in a class on Gay Marriage in the fall of 2010. These videos honor, indict, parody, revere, and most importantly, cause […]



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