Newsweek names Obama 'The First Gay President' with controversial cover | Daily Mail Online
'When you step rearmost a little and assess the record of Obama on gay rights, you see, in fact, that this was not an aberration. It was an destiny culmination of three eld of work,' Mr Sullivan aforesaid in a idea about the article. 'He had to conceptualise his african-american personality and then reconcile it with his lily-white family, just as gays discover their homoerotic personality and point have to reconcile it with their soul family,' he wrote, describing the similarities betwixt Mr Obama and the gay community.
Gay Marriage: Our Mutual Joy
Let's try for a minute to act the religious conservatives at their word and define marriage as the word does. Shall we spirit to Abraham, the great patriarch, who slept with his servant when he discovered his loved wife Sarah was infertile? Or to Jacob, who fathered children with four different women (two sisters and their servants)?
Newsweek: Obama 'The First Gay President' (PHOTO) | HuffPost
Newsweek is celebrating President Obama's warrant of same-sex marriage on this week's cover, an image of which it released on Sunday. The concealment features an representation of Obama hunting rather angelic with a rainbow-colored halo above his formation (or as a inspire Post editor dear dubbed it—a "gaylo"). The image accompanies the issue's bed clothing story, scripted by Andrew Sullivan, high-born "The oldest Gay President." In his covering story, Sullivan argues that Obama's announcement has been life in the making.