Now that the Supreme Court has established marriage equality nationwide, Marco Rubio does not support a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage.
The presidential hopeful believes the so-called gay agenda presents a 'real and present danger' to mainstream Christianity.
Rubio is the latest Republican presidential candidate to announce his bid, but he's already racked up an extensive antigay record.
In a GOP field already crowded with right-wing candidates seeking the 2016 presidential nomination, some position Florida Sen. Marco Rubio as a moderate — but he's not when it comes to LGBT equality.
The Florida senator and presidential contender can hardly be taken at his word when reacting to gay and lesbian couples marrying in his home state.
Friday the 13th is upon us, in 2013. Let's review the year's 13 biggest homophobes with The Advocate's annual Phobie Awards.
Florida senator Marco Rubio delivered the keynote address at an annual gathering of the right-wing Florida Family Policy Council, which supports 'ex-gay' or 'reparative' therapy.
The Florida Republican will serve as the keynote speaker at the antigay Florida Family Policy Council's annual fund-raiser this week.
The Florida senator says he's concerned about a couple of Judge William Thomas's rulings, but some accuse Rubio of playing politics.
A provision establishing rights for same-sex partners 'kills the bill,' the Florida senator says.