Indiana Equality - Dedicated to securing basic rights for Indiana’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) citizens, Indiana Equality has two primary objectives – amending Indiana’s Civil Rights law to protect against discrimination based on either sexual orientation or gender identity, and ensuring that relationship protections for LGBT couples and families are not outlawed by an amendment to the State Constitution.

  • Indiana Equality: We've Moved the Indiana Equality Blog! - We've moved! The Indiana Equality Blog has moved to our brand new digs over at Let us know what you think!
  • Indiana Equality: The US Census reports over 130,000 gay same-sex marriages - NPR today reported that "the number of gay Americans telling the U.S. census they're living with same-sex partners nearly doubled in the past decade, to about 650,000 couples. And more than 130,000 recorded partners as husband or wife." Read the Full Article at NPR
  • Indiana Equality: IE Action Vice President Don Sherfick Interviewed about State Fair Tragedy in Chicago Tribune - The Chicago Tribune recently reached out to our own Indiana Equality Action Vice President Don sherfick regarding the State Fair tragedy and its impact on same-sex partnership rights. Don commented "It's really ironic that that border can make all that difference in the world," he said. "We were really happy to see that Illinois was able to pass civil unions and is on the right track. But a state line shouldn't make a difference." Read the full article in the Chicago Tribune
  • Indiana Equality: Indianapolis City Council will have 3 openly gay candidates on the ballots - The Indianapolis Star has news of this year's first openly gay cabdidates for Indianapolis' city-county council. From the article "Indianapolis has quietly passed a milestone in this year's City-County Council race: the first openly gay major-party candidate. And the second. And the third." Read More at The IndyStar:
  • Indiana Equality: Gay conservatives slam Santorum for debate answer on DADT - Log Cabin Republicans and GOProud issued sharply worded statements Thursday night after GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum said he would reinstate "don't ask, don't tell." Santorum was responding to a question from Stephen Hill, a gay soldier stationed in Iraq, who asked whether candidates would "circumvent the progress" made by gay and lesbian troops. Some in the debate audience booed Hill after he asked his question via YouTube video. The New Civil Rights Movement/The New Civil Rights Movement (9/22) Summary from Smart Brief's Gay Politics Report
  • Indiana Equality: Obama urges world to protect rights of gays, lesbians - President Barack Obama made an explicit appeal for gay rights in remarks Wednesday at the United Nations. "[N]o country should deny people their rights because of who they love, which is why we must stand up for the rights of gays and lesbians everywhere," Obama told the leaders of U.N. member countries in a section of his speech about empowering the world's citizens. "Never before has a sitting U.S. president spoken so clearly about LGBT rights in a formal address to the full General Assembly," said Mark Bromley, chairman of the Council for Global Equality. Washington Blade (9/21),
  • Indiana Equality: Don't Ask Don't Tell is Officially Done - The day has come and another step towards GLBT equality has been taken - Don't Ask Don't Tell is officially repealed. Today please take moment to celebrate this important milestone. For years gay and lesbian service members have had to serve in silence or risk being discharged. Today those discriminatory restrictions have been lifted. This step forward should serve as a way to embolden all of us to embrace and support further change. Learn More - Read the full article on the Repeal of DADT on NPR

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