As same-sex couples tie the knot in Mississippi and Louisiana, Alabama residents are still facing legal uncertainty about their ability to marry someone of the same sex.
Whatever the cause, no one is disputing how savagely Devin Norman was beaten.
Initial reports from today's hearing at the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans suggest marriage equality supporters could be in for good news.
Expect a tough grilling when three marriage cases reach the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday.
A Baptist pastor in Jackson Miss., dressed his horse in a wedding gown and stood outside the federal courthouse with antigay signs to demonstrate what he believes will follow legal same-sex marriage.
Updated December 10: After an initial win, a Mississippi marriage case will have oral argument in early January.
In a possible first for trans visibility in a televised public education campaign, Blossom Brown shares her story with HRC's 'All God's Children' series.
Last week saw two victories in Southern states, but there may be bumps in the road before the cases get much further.