Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Episcopal bishop, says it was a surprise when President Obama asked him to lead the closing prayer at the event, but a privilege too.
'We believe in human dignity — that every person is created equal, no matter who you are, or what you look like, or who you love, or where you come from,' the president tells European youth.
The MSNBC host pushed back against commentators who have claimed Obama degraded the presidency by appearing on Between Two Ferns.
The president condemned 'twisted' religion that harms gay people.
While there is no one way to register unhappiness with Russia's laws and antigay violence, some are much colder than others.
People around the world are still persecuted for 'who they love,' said the president when remarking on progress still to be made.
Now that the Employment Non-Discrimination Act has passed the U.S. Senate, it's up to the Republican-controlled House of Representatives to get the long-languishing legislation to President Obama's desk intact.
The unanimous Senate confirmation makes Todd Hughes the highest-ranking openly gay federal judge.