A Facebook post promoting the Oklahoma Run 'n Gun seemed to promote violence against LGBT people as well, activists say.
Since gay couples can marry, Oklahoma prison officials now won't let anyone behind bars marry.
John Keefe says he's pursuing his fight for a license plate reading 'LGBTALY' as a way to raise awareness for LGBT equality.
A straight man in Oklahoma wanted a license plate declaring his status as an LGBT ally, but the state Tax Commission deemed the phrase inappropriate.
Meanwhile, marriage equality is more popular with Americans than the Pope.
A bill hoping to protect efforts to 'pray away the gay' died in the state House today, while a Democrat introduced an amendment that would make businesses own up to their discriminatory practices.
The lawmaker behind the bill says some public officials are uncomfortable with issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, so he wants to take them out of the process.
State Sen. Joseph Silk is reiterating and intensifying antigay comments he made to The New York Times.
LGBT Oklahomans may be use to being hassled by right-wing lawmakers, but this time they've gone too far.
Unable to stop the spread of marriage equality, antigay lawmakers are instead turning to laws that punish LGBT citizens, be they married or simply local consumers.