Marriage equality in the first country in the world to approve it by popular vote is now one step away from reality.
The president of Ireland is expected to sign the bill into law before month's end.
The republic that became the first to approve marriage equality by popular vote now extends labor protections to LGB employees of religious schools and hospitals.
The landmark ruling that made same sex marriage legal in the United States was cheered around the planet.
The actor was particularly vested in Ireland voters endorsing marriage equality.
John Dunleavy, chairman of New York's St. Patrick's Day parade, says he will try to keep LGBT orgs from participating in the 2016 march up Fifth Avenue.
The Irish are on a roll when it comes to LGBT rights, now recognizing the right for transgender citizens to self-identify on government ID.
A new LGBT-inclusive employment non-discrimination measure has been announced, just days after Ireland's historic pro-equality marriage referendum passed.
Leave it to late-night host and comedic genius John Oliver to point out what's wrong with the Catholic church's condemnation of Ireland's vote for marriage equality.