Marriage Equality

Read the latest news about marriage equality victories and the continuing fight for gays and lesbians to have the right to marry around the world. See the most recent updates on this international, national, regional, and state-by-state issue, which has been hotly contested by conservatives and far-right religious organizations. Learn about the straight allies who have been advocating for same-sex marriage in the spheres of society, entertainment, and politics, as well as the various opponents of marriage equality who seek to impede the progress of the LGBT rights movement.

The first question of the final debate puts the presidential candidates on the spot about how they will approach the Supreme Court, and the big issues before the justices.

October 19 2016 10:47 PM

Although organizers claimed their demonstration attracted 200,000 marchers, French police estimated the crowd at closer to 24,000 people.

October 18 2016 1:52 AM

Loving tells the story of an interracial couple who took their struggle for equality to the Supreme Court.

October 13 2016 1:37 PM

"Why should gay Australians be submitted to any other lawmaking process than any other Australians?" asked Bill Shorten, a straight ally member of Parliament who opposes a referedum.

October 11 2016 4:28 PM

The internet's favorite debate audience member is sure all Americans deserve equal rights.

October 11 2016 1:41 AM

The Indiana governor's "license to discriminate" law and other aspect of his LGBT rights record didn't come up in the vice-presidential debate.

October 05 2016 12:42 AM

The debate ended without a single question on Mike Pence's history of anti-LGBT discrimination.

October 05 2016 12:15 AM