Despite doom-and-gloom predictions, most Floridians don't mind having the freedom to marry.
The proposed law that launched a heated national debate about trans bathroom access has continued to advance in Florida's House.
If passed, the law would see trans and gender-nonconforming people fined up to $1,000 and jailed up to a year for using the 'wrong bathroom' in public.
Police are still investigating the death of Miami entertainer Kristina Gomez Reinwald as the year's number of trans women reported murdered in the U.S. continues to rise.
Chuck Chapman refused to take part in jury duty until his county begins issuing marriage licenses.
Rep. Frank Artiles has introduced a bill that would criminalize trans people using the public same-sex facilities that match their gender identity.
They're saying the judges don't have the right to establish marriage equality — under the Constitution or under God.
Minor inconveniences like an uncooperative bakery or an incorrect driver's license could turn into far worse discrimination if homophobes get their way.
'Due to my strong personal belief I do not feel comfortable planning a wedding for lesbian couples,' the planner wrote. She also told the couple she was already booked for their requested date.