Kirk Cameron, who generated an avalanche of negative press for his antigay comments last March, says he's OK "with the way things worked out," and blames the "liberal press" for looking for things to twist and take out of context.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe, whose blistering letter defending gay rights has made him a hero to the LGBT community, says he wrote it because it's an issue of "free speech and civil rights."
Out comedian and actress Wanda Sykes says the right wing has the wrong idea about gay people who want to get married.
The Roman Catholic leader prayed so that humanity might not “remake those institutions you have given us for the nurturing of life and community.”
The 20-year-old Iowan defended his two moms from Mitt Romney's narrow definition of family in a DNC speech.
“It’s Facebook and Twitter meets Rock the Vote for marriage equality,” say creators of the campaign targeting the young and the connected.
A couple warns that “Obama is trying to force gay marriage on this country” in the TV ad from the Campaign for American Values.