Gay Millionaires Tell Alabama It's Too Bigoted for Their Money

Gay Millionaires: Ala. Is Too Bigoted for Our Money

A gay couple who fell in love at the University of Alabama planned to leave their formidable estate to their alma mater — but have changed that plan in the wake of Alabama's resistance to marriage equality.

WATCH: New Antigay Proposals Are Getting Weird and Unlawful

WATCH: New Antigay Proposals Are Getting Weird

Meanwhile, marriage equality is more popular with Americans than the Pope.

How a Drag Queen Is Changing Ireland for LGBT People

On May 22, Ireland will become the first country in the world to put same-sex marriage to a popular vote.

WATCH: Alabama House Approves Judges' 'Right to Refuse' Same-Sex Marriages

Ala. House OK's Judges' 'Right to Refuse' Gay Weddings

In a 69-25 vote, Alabama lawmakers approved a bill intended to make sure no judge, minister, or church is 'forced' to recognize or perform same-sex marriages.

How Madonna Brought These Two New Yorkers Wedded Bliss

How Madonna Brought Two New Yorkers Wedding Bliss

Toby and Brian share memories of a proposal in Europe and marriage on the New York stage.

Op-ed: How a Gay Baptist Preacher in Kentucky Took His Marriage Fight to SCOTUS

A Gay Baptist Rev. Takes His Marriage Fight to SCOTUS

It's been a long journey of resistance and struggle for Rev. Maurice Blanchard and his husband.

PHOTOS: Mingling Traditions at an Indian Wedding

PHOTOS: Mingling Traditions at an Indian Wedding

Neil Singh and Eli Pew customized their beautiful wedding by borrowing from both their cultures.

Utah Passes LGBT-Inclusive Antidiscrimination Bill, Religious Exemptions

Utah Passes LGBT-Inclusive Antidiscrimination Bill, Religious Exemptions

Gov. Gary Herbert signed the bill into law tonight; meanwhile, the state will allow some public employees to opt out of performing same-sex weddings.

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