My book about people who fought for the freedom to marry over the last 45 years is now out in paperback.
“Defining Marriage: Voices from a Forty Year Labor of Love” traces the decades-long evolution of marriage through the previously-untold struggles of those who lived through it.
It’s an intimate glimpse into the private lives of those who dreamed of marriage in the 1970s, the survivors of the 1980s, the audacious pioneers of the 1990s, the tireless soldiers of the 2000s, and the champions who won marriage today.
The book features exclusive first-person stories from Dan Savage, Dustin Lance Black, Andrew Sullivan, Kate Kendell, Rob Reiner, California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, Join the Impact’s Amy Balliett, Book of Mormon‘s Gavin Creel, Broadway Impact’s Jenny Kanelos, Republican strategist Ken Mehlman, Freedom to Marry‘s Evan Wolfson, and many many more.
“Defining Marriage” is available now on Amazon in paperback and as an ebook.