George Will of ABC News says the opposition to gay marriage in the United States is slowly but quite literally dying; it's primarily older residents, he told This Week.

As the Supreme Court prepares to take up two landmark cases on same-sex marriage, Will said yesterday that it's clear where public opinion is headed.

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In a College Humor original video, gay men urge for marriage equality by threatening to marry straight girls if they're denied. It's an interesting new argument.

2012 election results legalized gay marriage in Maine, Maryland, Washington and Minnesota, but plenty of states still don't allow same-sex couples to wed.

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Aziz Ansari went off on an epic rant this week during a Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance.

The Parks and Recreation star first expressed his support for gay marriage ("Why is anyone against gay marriage? You know you're on the wrong side of things..."); then went off about how he thinks of civil rights progress during pumps of interracial sex; and concluded by delving into the Chick-fil-A controversy.

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Lena Dunham is unafraid to expose various body parts on HBO's smash new comedy, Girls. Seriously: she's naked A LOT.

In real life, meanwhile, the actress/director/writer is equally unafraid of expressing her political views, which she did yesterday via Twitter.

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Chick-fil-A says it will stop funding anti-gay groups, according to Chicago's Joe Moreno, the alderman whose opposition of a proposed Chick-fil-A on the Windy City's north side helped fuel the controversy surrounding the fast food chain.

The company has pledged to include a statement of respect for all sexual orientations in a memo to staffers and says that WinShape Foundations, its not-for-profit arm, would no longer contribute money to groups that oppose gay marriage.

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