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Liz Cheney has made it clear:

She is against gay marriage.

Running for Senate in Wyoming, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney made this stance evident yesterday in order to shoot down chatter that - due to the open sexuality of her sister, Mary - she was a gay marriage advocate.

Liz Cheney Picture

"I am strongly pro-life and I am not pro-gay marriage," she said in a statement. “I believe the issue of marriage must be decided by the states, and by the people in the states, not by judges and not even by legislators, but by the people themselves."

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St. John's Anglican Church in Canada is making a statement against those who say homosexuality is a sin with a sign out front that has gone viral.

The church has quite a sense of humor, as well. The sign reads:

"Jesus had two dads and he turned out just fine!"

Jesus Had Two Dads Sign

Christian principle teaches that Jesus is the son of God, but was cared for during his 33 years on Earth, in part, by his birth mother’s husband, Joseph.

Rev. Duncan Lyon’s wife told The Blaze this week that the message is still outside the Niagara Falls, Ont., church and that the motivation it is obvious.

“I’m sure you can sort it out yourself,” she said.

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Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performed their gay marriage anthem "Same Love" at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, which they won an award for.

Only up on the podium, Mack forgot to thank Mary Lambert, the gay singer whose guest vocals were vital to their Best Social Message Song win.

Fortunately, there were no hard feelings, as Mary later delivered an impassioned performance - featuring Jennifer Hudson - with the guys. Watch:

You can probably cut Macklemore a little slack, as he got caught up in a fervent speech about the song's importance when he accepted the award:

"I'll be honest, I really wanted to win Best Rap Video, but this Moonman right here stands for a lot more," the Seattle rapper said, fighting back emotion.

"I've been writing songs, since I was like 15 years old and out of every single song I have ever written, this is the most important record out of all of them."

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For years actress Raven-Symone has kept mum on her sexual orientation. That's her prerogative so more power to her. However, today she is coming out loud and proud via Twitter.

Raven-Symone Photo

With this tweet, "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you", Raven-Symone put to rest all discussions of whether or not she is gay. 

Good for you Raven-Symone! We wish you all the happiness in the world... now let's talk about getting State of Georgia back on the air.

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In the latest edition of Headline Worthy Things Said By Miley Cyrus As She Continues to Prove She's No Longer Hannah Montana...

The singer gave a pair of interesting interviews this week in which she pushed for both the use of pot and the universal acceptance of gay marriage.

First, Miley - who has admitted in the past to loving marijuana and been caught smoking on video - told Australia's Style magazine that she doesn't get a "sick feeling" in her stomach when she inhales, not does any "anger" rise up in her, as it does for many when they drink.

“There’s a reason Bob Marley was like some kind of musical Rasta Mother Teresa," she joked to the publication.

Second, one of the more outspoken celebrities on the topic of gay marriage explained why the subject means so much to her. Watch both videos now:

Marijuana: Legalize it?

 

Gay marriage: Support or oppose?

 

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Already a winner in the world of fashion, Christian Siriano is now a winner in the even more important world of love.

He's engaged to musician Brad Walsh!

Christian Siriano Pic

The former Project Runway winner made his designs on marriage clear in a Tweet yesterday, telling followers that "@BradWalsh and I exchanged engagement bracelets!" and including with the news a photo of said jewelry items.

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The Queen has made it official, gay marriage is now legal in the UK!

UK Gay Marriage Photo

The bill passed through Parliament but was waiting the Queen's stamp of approval. Now that she's given it, same sex couples are legally permitted to get married.

The allowance for civil partnerships has been law since 2005 but thanks to an seemingly unlikely ally, gay couples can now add marriage to their list of liberties.

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Ender's Game opens November 1 (you can check out the Ender's Game trailer here) and nerds the world over are waiting with bated breath.

However, with that excitement comes a bit of moral trepidation for some.

Ender's Game Image

Orson Scott Card, author of the novel the movie is based upon, has been very vocal in his opposition of gay marriage. Extremely vocal. Hard to miss vocal.

Understandably, there has been backlash against this. 

Supporters of gay marriage, including the group Geeks OUT, have called for a boycott of the new film, not unlike the Chick-Fil-A boycott last year.

So what's a nerd to do?

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A straight father's open letter to his young son regarding last week's landmark Supreme Court rulings has gone viral, and it's easy to see why.

SCOTUS Ruling Day

His four-year-old boy clearly has no concept of the Supreme Court or the significance of its decisions, as Brian Gresko of The Babble points out.

The bigger question is whether the SCOTUS striking down DOMA and dismissing Prop 8 will be seen as a watershed moment when he does get it.

It's a touching letter about what a father hopes will be a teachable moment someday, and emblematic of his desire for our children to inherit a better world.

Read what Gresko has to say below:

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Bill O'Reilly went off on a rant against the Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage last night, ending in a shouting match with two Fox News analysts.

O'Reilly eviscerated the court, and specifically Chief Justice John Roberts, for the rulings that struck down DOMA and vacated Proposition 8 in California.

His reasoning? "The Supreme Court has morphed into a political organization, not a body that seeks to uphold the Constitution," said the TV personality.

O'Reilly added that he did not aim to discriminate against gays or same-sex marriage, but that "the gay marriage issue should be decided by each state."

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