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Other magazines also paid tribute to Obama's newly-announced support of same-sex marriage. He also writes that the President has much in common with the gay community. With Obama's face pictured looking skyward and a rainbow-colored halo above his head, the controversial cover leads to a story written by gay writer Andrew Sullivan -- a self-described political conservative -- who analyzes the president's backing of gay marriage. The Newsweek issue is available for purchase on the magazine's iPad application on Sunday, and hits newsstands on Monday. Most Americans now support equal rights to marriage, and attitudes have changed rapidly even among Republicans.

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Newsweek calls Obama 'The First Gay President' on cover

He let go of fear," Sullivan wrote. The cover features an image of Obama looking quite angelic with a rainbow-colored halo above his head or as a HuffPost editor affectionately dubbed it—a "gaylo". Most Americans now support equal rights to marriage, and attitudes have changed rapidly even among Republicans. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. If Roe v Wade is overturned, women will not be able to terminate pregnancies in certain states. His views are in direct contrast to those of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who reiterated Saturday that he believes "marriage is a relationship between one man and one woman. Following news of Obama's endorsement, Sullivan wrote about the significance of the president's announcement.

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Following news of Obama's endorsement, Sullivan wrote about the significance of the president's announcement. Photoshop-enthusiasts at The New Republic even put together a slideshow of suggestions for Brown last week. Davis said she will allow her deputies to issue licenses despite her stance against U. The New Yorker's upcoming cover features an image of the White House with rainbow-colored columns. Magistrates are being brought in from a neighboring county to perform marriages after four refused to do so. The Supreme Court may have declared same-sex marriage a right nationwide, but the church still does not accept it. In his cover story, Sullivan argues that Obama's announcement has been years in the making.

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