While much of the country seemed to be rapidly advancing towards equal marriage rights in 2013, Indiana seemed to be moving backwards, with the threat of an anti-gay constitutional amendment seeming to march towards inevitable passage amidst an orgy of hate.
But then a remarkable thing happened: pro-equality Hoosiers came out of the woodwork and the Republican dominated state government got cold feet. While the threat of a constitutional amendment, and a bigotry-filled referendum to pass it, are not over, pro-LGBTs for the first time in many years have got cause for optimism.
Longtime Hoosier LGBT activist Linda Giovanna Zambanini talks to Gay Liberation Network co-founder Andy Thayer about this remarkable turn of events.
Originally broadcast February 14, 2014