poetics, time, body disruption and marginally queer solutions

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

S.F. newpaper reassigns married lesbian
Christopher Lisotta, / Network
The San Francisco Chronicle announced on Monday it was removing an openly lesbian reporter and her photographer partner from covering same-sex marriage developments after the two got married in the recent spate of City Hall ceremonies.

There is little question that the legalization of same-sex marriage is a hot topic throughout the country today. Cornell University researchers took advantage of the debate by recently revealing the results of a national survery conducted of registered voters on the controversial subject.

The findings? Those polled who favor ed gay marriage tended to be younger, more educated and earned a more comfortable living than their counterparts. The survey also revealed that proponents of gay marriage tended to watch CNN more.
Voters polled who opposed gay marriage were typically older, less educated, voted Republican and were not as wealthy. They also tended use Fox News as their primary source of information, the survey found.


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