Lynley Bendall and Ally Wanikau were among the first same-sex couples to marry in New Zealand on Monday, but they did so high above the Kiwi nation, with out actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson on board.
When a gay couple protested their exclusion from a wedding contest at the Cedar Point amusement park, the contest was quickly canceled.
"A marriage should only be considered amongst people that can look at each other in the eye while having sexual intercourse," says Mexican congresswoman Ana María Jiménez Ortiz.
As marriage equality took effect in New Zealand Monday morning, Kiwis across the nation exchanged I do's on land and in the air.
One couple celebrates in the skies as New Zealand adds itself on Monday to the list of countries with marriage equality.
The U.S. military is allowing same-sex couples leave to go get married in a state where it's legal.
Gay journalist Thomas Roberts says Republican leaders privately congratulated him on his marriage, while beating the drums against marriage equality in public.
In her latest column, "Dear Abby" advises "Newly Equal in Minnesota."
Kevin Rudd, Australia's incumbent prime minister, promised a conscience vote on marriage equality within the first 100 days of his next parliamentary term if he's reelected.