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It had been suggested that education has a positive impact on support for same sex marriage. LGBT activists and sociologists see LGBT community-building as a counterbalance to heterosexismhomophobiabiphobiatransphobiasexualismand conformist pressures that exist in the larger society. United StatesCanadaEuropeand other areas. In Columbia University officially recognized this group, thus making them the first college in the United States to officially recognize a gay student group. January 25, Dispatches. Cambridge City Hall, Massachusetts - site of the first same-sex marriage in U.