Equality California appears to be a very professional designed site. EQCA was founded in 1998 and has since grown into a large entity fighting for the rights for all who are gay, bisexual, and transgendered. We all know how fickle and sometimes conservative legislation has been in that state for a long time, so I'm sure EQCA has it's hands full. Here, you can vote on the latest anti-gay bills, read the EQCA blog, browse all the news latest in regard to same-sex marriages in California, check out events, rallies, how to help or get involved, and many other things. It's a rather large site, so I was only able to actually browse through about half of it or so. It's interesting to see the impact EQCA has had on the state legislation itself, showing us that they have gone from being a bunch of loudmouths who hardly anyone listened to, to being taken quite seriously even in the senate itself. I recommend checking out "Building A State Of Equality" and "Legislative Center" for some very informative proceedings now taking place. I'm pleased to see there are some folks out there who really are fighting for our rights to be who we want to be and not get discriminated because of it. This is the 21st century and it shouldn't be happening anyway. A great resource without a doubt.