The Messengers: ESPN writer Kate Fagan is using the power of words to elevate the names and stories of LGBT athletes in a way that makes them seem larger than life.
The Messengers: When Kimberley McLeod was younger, she thought she was alone. Until she realized she isn't.
An onstage kiss between the aspiring lieutenant governor of Massachusetts and his partner went unremarked on, demonstrating how far U.S. politics has come in a short period of time.
The Messengers: The music that Los Angeles Times reporter Gerrick Kennedy writes about today will be the stuff you love tomorrow.
The Messengers: B. Scott has worked his way up the ladder to become a media maven, and he's helping others on the way.
The Messengers: Think Progress writer Zack Ford got the activist bug in college and has been typing away fiercely ever since.
Jennifer Roback-Morse, who has a long history working with the antigay National Organization for Marriage, expects marriage equality to be legal nationwide by next fall.
The Supreme Court has unanimously decided to further delay lifting Virginia's marriage ban.
Aiza Seguerra recently became the most prominent out trans man in the Philippines.
If Florida passing marriage equality, the state's economy would see a major return, according to The Williams Institute.
Though 19 Kids and Counting star Michelle Duggar recorded a robocall in opposition to an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance, city councilmembers in Fayetteville, Ark., voted in favor of the bill 6-2.
The same judge who ruled against the state's ban on marriage equality affirmed that decision Tuesday in a separate case, requiring Indiana to recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere.