U.S. senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts published a guest column for an LGBT newspaper in which he trumpeted his support for “don’t ask, don’t tell” repeal but said that he would not promise to “support everyone’s pet project.”
Fundamentalist preacher Bradlee Dean says his statement about execution for LGBT people was taken out of context, but he’s also evading questions about it, says commentator Michelangelo Signorile.
For the first time before a federal appeals court, lawyers on both sides made their arguments Wednesday over whether the Defense of Marriage Act is constitutional.
Straight Mormon Brad Carmack writes of his evolution from an opponent to a supporter of marriage equality and says his church should make that turn as well.
R. Clarke Cooper, the executive director of the LGBT Republican group Log Cabin Republicans, writes in The Washington Times that the National Organization for Marriage is a "cancer" eating away at his party.
A lesbian chef was awarded $1.6 million after her boss made repeated attempts to "pray away" her sexual orientation.
Former Democratic National Committee chairs Howard Dean, Donald Fowler, Steve Grossman, and David Wilhelm submitted a joint statement to their party Wednesday urging Democrats to endorse marriage equality in their platform.
Frank Schubert, Yes on 8’s campaign manager and founder of the Sacramento-based firm Schubert Flint Public Affairs, Tuesday announced his departure from the company to launch his new venture, Mission: Public Affairs LLC.
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