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Hillary Clinton’s Long Road to Supporting Gay Marriage
Bill and Hillary Clinton and the Defense of Marriage Act, explained - Vox
Jump to navigation Skip navigation. During the first half of his second term, President Clinton continued his decidedly mixed record on lesbian and gay rights. The President has advanced lesbian and gay rights further than all of his predecessors combined, but he also has harmed the lesbian and gay rights movement by actively opposing the ability of openly lesbian and gay members of the armed forces to serve and the right of couples of the same sex to have the same access to marriage as couples of opposite sexes. The President has boldly used his office to help legitimize the lesbian and gay rights movement as an integral part of the broader civil rights movement. He routinely includes gay issues in his public speeches on civil rights and forcefully advocates for legislation protecting persons based on sexual orientation. His willingness to use his position to focus the nation on lesbian and gay rights has helped shift those issues into the mainstream of American political life.
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Hillary Clinton has a new position on same-sex marriage
Washington CNN As recently as a year ago, Hillary Clinton was sparring with a public radio host about her position on same-sex marriage, defending her past reticence to discuss the issue and falling well short of full-throated support. Now, in a markedly new position, Clinton is offering just that, calling gay marriage a right afforded by the Constitution. The dignity of every person tells us that the right to marry is not a state right, it is a human right. More Videos
Washington CNN As recently as a year ago, Hillary Clinton was sparring with a public radio host about her position on same-sex marriage, defending her past reticence to discuss the issue and falling well short of full-throated support. Now, in a markedly new position, Clinton is offering just that, calling gay marriage a right afforded by the Constitution. As a candidate in , Clinton opposed same-sex marriage, supporting the idea of civil unions instead. She did not proclaim her personal support for same-sex marriage until , after she left her diplomatic position as secretary of state.