Opponents of a campaign for marriage equality in Maine called the LGBT community a “culture of death” in a Monday press conference.
After rising from the political ashes, right-wing presidential candidate Rick Santorum calls it quits.
Thanks to the urging of GLAAD, Donald Trump's Miss Universe organization is in the process of changing their rules to allow transgender women to compete for the crown.
The leaders of the Human Rights Campaign and Freedom to Marry sent a letter to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops asking the Church to cease its support of the National Organization for Marriage.
The drive to repeal marriage equality in the state is not off to an auspicious start, if the campaign’s reported number of collected signatures in support of a November referendum is accurate.
A 30-year-old employee was fired from his job at the Library of Congress, and he says it’s because he’s gay.
Australian opposition leader Tony Abbott shows no sign of supporting marriage equality despite his sister’s coming out publicly as a lesbian.
A lesbian couple who married in California in 2008 and sought a divorce two years later in Maryland should be treated no different than straight couples who married out-of-state, National Center for Lesbian Rights attorney Shannon Minter argued Friday.
A recent poll shows a clear majority of Maine voters support allowing same-sex couples to marry in the state, more than two years after a marriage equality law was overturned at the ballot box.
The conference, one in a series of White House-sponsored events on issues affecting the LGBT community, will be held April 19 in Atlanta.
Zach Wahls, whose testimony in support of his two gay moms before the Iowa legislature last year became a viral hit on the web, will speak out against North Carolina’s Amendment One at a youth event in Charlotte Saturday afternoon.
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