Rev. Hershael York en Noise and Notes: Is Kentucky Compatible With Gay Marriage? <p><iframe src="" frameborder="no" height="166" scrolling="no" width="100%"></iframe></p><p>When it comes to gay marriage, America is moving in a direction of growing acceptance while Kentucky remains steadfastly opposed.</p><p>National figures show a majority in the country back the idea, which has changed at a rapid pace in the past decade.</p><p>Rhode Island took a historic step and is set to become the <a href="">10th state to legalize same-sex marriage</a>. A new lobbying group founded by <a href="">prominent conservative donor Paul Singer is pushing for gay marriage legislation</a> as more Republicans join the cause to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act.</p><p>Even two prominent Kentucky <a href="">Democrats—Auditor Adam Edelen and Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson—came out in favor</a> or marriage equality.</p><p>But new poll numbers indicate <a href="">Kentuckians are still overwhelmingly against same-sex couples</a> getting hitched with 65 percent opposed. The opposition isn't based on political party either because the PPP survey shows 54 percent of Democratic voters are against the idea. Sun, 28 Apr 2013 02:30:00 +0000 Phillip M. Bailey 5169 at Noise and Notes: Is Kentucky Compatible With Gay Marriage?