Clock Is Ticking on Florida Marriage Showdown

Clock Is Ticking on Florida Marriage Showdown

Florida leaders are staking out their positions ahead of a January 6 deadline — but unfortunately, nobody can agree which position is correct.

5 Made-Up Reasons Why Gay Couples Don't Divorce Like Straight Couples

The 'Truth' About Why Gays Aren't Divorcing Like Straights

Why don't gay couples divorce as much as straight couples? We don't know, but that won't stop us from guessing.

Supreme Court Will Consider Additional Marriage Cases

SCOTUS Moves Closer to Taking Marriage Case

The U.S. Supreme Court will consider taking up four marriage cases that saw bans on same-sex marriage upheld in Tennessee, Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky.

Repercussions for Methodist Minister for Officiating at Same-Sex Wedding?

Repercussions for Methodist Minister for Officiating at Same-Sex Wedding?

A United Methodist minister reported himself for officiating at a same-sex wedding in hopes of sparking discussions about the denomination's teachings against homosexuality.

Will Florida Arrest Clerks for Marrying Gay Couples?

Will Florida Arrest Clerks for Marrying Gay Couples?

Antigay officials have one final weapon in their arsenal to stop marriage: the threat of jail time.

Supreme Court Rebuffs Florida — Marriages to Begin

Supreme Court Rejects Florida; Marriages to Begin January 6

It's more bad news for antigay Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, as the nation's highest court rejects her request to delay marriage equality in the Sunshine State after January 6.

Ireland Will Ask Its Voters for Marriage in May

Ireland Will 'Pop the Question' to Voters in May

Ireland appears poised to follow Scotland and may soon become the 18th country to legalize marriage for same-sex couples.

Op-ed: How Tom Saved Finland

Op-ed: How Tom Saved Finland

The art of Touko Laaksonen, or Tom of Finland, may have played a role in the recent passage of marriage equality in his Nordic motherland.

Supreme Court Inches Closer to Marriage Decision

Supreme Court Inches Closer to Marriage Decision

In January, the justices will weigh whether to take up the Louisiana case, but Idaho's governor says his state offers the best vehicle for a marriage equality decision.

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