Jennifer Roback-Morse, who has a long history working with the antigay National Organization for Marriage, expects marriage equality to be legal nationwide by next fall.
Before using a photographer's images to oppose same-sex marriage, NOM should probably take a look at the artist's portfolio.
Signs at the March for Marriage called us Satanic, delivered dire health warnings, and reminded us several times that every kid needs 'a mom and a dad.'
Opponents of marriage equality compared themselves to Martin Luther King and Abraham Lincoln, and emphasized how much women need men.
NOM continues its march against the rising tide of marriage equality, with Rick Santorum joining a June event.
The U.S. Supreme Court today rejected a request from the antigay National Organization for Marriage that sought to halt marriage equality in Oregon.
The National Organization for Marriage has been losing at the ballot box, in courthouses, and in public opinion, but now the group's shady practices provide another hurdle.
The antigay National Organization for Marriage wants to keep its members' names secret but still defend Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage publicly in federal court. A judge will consider that request Wednesday.