View image | gettyimages.com Christine Walker interviews David Callister from Renaissance Ranch, Outpatient Rehabilitations Center where men (and women) recover from addiction through acceptance, self-love, and above all, vulnerability. Recently, I interviewed, David Callister, the clinical director of Renaissance Ranch, an addiction rehabilitation center in Sandy, Utah. He’s thoughtful, insightful and understands addiction from both a personal […]
Dustin Farrell stitched together raw still photographs of the Arizona and Utah landscape to create the most amazing time-lapse nature video you’ve ever seen.
We’ve already discussed the West and Midwest region, now we head East and South. Who to root for? Who to root against? In Part 2 of Good Men Project’s Sweet 16 Preview, Wai Sallas gives you a few things to think about.
We get more confused every moment at the conservative pushback against marriage equality, but hopefully ads like this can change things in the states where the fight still rages on.
It’s possible to provide a handout that is also a hand up writes Chris Hicke. And Utah is showing how.
Though Utah does not currently recognize the 1,300+ same-sex marriages performed there over the past month, the federal government does.
After a judge struck down the state’s ban on equal marriage rights for same-sex couples Dec. 20, thousands rushed to get married across Utah, while the state’s governor continued his fight to halt the marriages in court.
With little explanation, the decision by the Tenth Circuit Court concluded that a stay was not warranted.
Though the county has not explicitly stated that it closed the office in an act of massive resistance to a recent federal court decision calling for marriage equality in Utah, the county attorney’s office released a statement linking the closure to that decision: “Given the status of the pending motion for a stay and the appeal that will be filed by the state of Utah, the Clerk’s Office will be closed until further notice.”
Federal Judge Robert Shelby said, “Rather than protecting or supporting the families of opposite-sex couples, [Utah’s] Amendment 3 perpetuates inequality by holding that the families and relationships of same-sex couples are not now, nor ever will be, worthy of recognition.”
John Kinnear’s nephew reminds him of what he used to know about spectator sports.
Just when you think you’re off to buy lights with your roommate… a surprise proposal awaits. (VIDEO)
Utah Officials have responded to a lawsuit which challenges the state’s ban on same-sex marriage “by denying that it even discriminates against the gay community.”