While President Barack Obama has declared his support for marriage equality, telling ABC's Robin Roberts that he has evolved on the issue in part because of his daughters and their friends, Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee said earlier today that he unequivocally opposes "marriage between people of the same gender."
President Barack Obama has officially evolved.
For the first time, federal workers are going to be asked two important things: if they're lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender and if they're happy with their jobs.
A former adviser to President Clinton, Richard Socarides, told Michael Hastings, Michael Shure, and Tricia Rose on Current TV that he believes President Obama will come out in favor of marriage equality before August's Democratic National Convention.
Yesterday the San Diego City Council unanimously voted to name a street after LGBT civil rights pioneer Harvey Milk, becoming the first city in the country to do so.
Voters in North Carolina on Tuesday approved Amendment One, a far-reaching ban on same-sex marriage as well as other forms of relationship recognition for gay and lesbian couples.