Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Today on the Signorile Show

2:30pm EST - Today, the ACLU has filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania, and will do so in Virginia and North Carolina in the coming weeks, on behalf of gay and lesbian couples who wish to marry and have their marriages recognized in the state.  James Essecks, Litigation Director with the ACLU, returns to the show today to talk about these lawsuits in the wake of their victory at the Supreme Court.

3:30pm EST - When it comes to sex, men are pigs.  Or at least that's what we've been lead to believe, that men are lustful, while women are devoted and desire emotional connection.  But that may not be entirely true anymore.  Daniel Bergner joins us this afternoon to answer the questions about women's sexuality in his new book, What Do Women Want? Adventures In The Science Of Female Desire.

4:30pm EST - Today, we'll take a deeper look into Justice Antonin Scalia's dissent in the Windsor decision with Nicholas Buccola, Salon.com contributor and Associate Professor of Political Science at Linfield College, who says while Justice Scalia writes the decision is an attack on Democracy, maybe he just doesn't understand it's true definition.

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