WATCH: Miss. Pastor Trots Out Horse to Protest Marriage Equality

WATCH: Miss. Pastor Trots Out Horse to Protest Equality

A Baptist pastor in Jackson Miss., dressed his horse in a wedding gown and stood outside the federal courthouse with antigay signs to demonstrate what he believes will follow legal same-sex marriage.

Marriage Equality an Economic Boon

Marriage Equality an Economic Boon

Same-sex weddings are pouring billions into the economy, says the Williams Institute, a UCLA think tank.

REPORT: Same-Sex Couples Less Likely to Divorce

REPORT: Same-Sex Couples Less Likely to Divorce

New data suggests that gay and lesbian couples aren't weakening the institution of marriage — they're actually more likely to stay married than straight couples.

Texas Same-Sex Couples Can't Marry Yet, Judge Rules

Texas Same-Sex Couples Can't Marry Yet, Judge Rules

Judge Orlando Garcia turned down the plaintiffs' request to lift the stay of his pro-equality decision and let the weddings begin.

Op-ed: The Scientific Study That Proves How to Advance LGBT Rights

Op-ed: The Scientific Study That Proves How to Advance LGBT Rights

Because after marriage, there will still be plenty to be done.

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Louisiana

Everything You Need to Know About Louisiana Marriage

Updated December 12: Get up to speed on the flurry of legal decisions that keep trying to bring marriage equality to Louisiana.

STUDY: Gay Canvassers Persuade Voters on Marriage Equality

STUDY: Gay Canvassers Change Voters' Hearts and Minds

A new study finds that voters who had a 20-minute conversation with a marriage equality canvasser became more favorable to the cause.

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Arkansas

Everything You Need to Know About Marriage in Arkansas

Updated December 11: Arkansas is making strides toward equality, with rulings expected any day now.

Kan. Lawmakers Plan to Revive 'License to Discriminate' Bill

Kan. Lawmakers Plan to Revive 'License to Discriminate' Bill

They want to give legal cover to those who cite religious beliefs in refusing to serve same-sex couples.

Kan. Lawmakers Plan to Revive 'License to Discriminate' Bill

Kan. Lawmakers Plan to Revive 'License to Discriminate' Bill

They want to give legal cover to those who cite religious beliefs in refusing to serve same-sex couples.

WATCH: Zen Buddhist Temple in Japan Offers Symbolic Same-Sex Weddings

WATCH: Zen Buddhist Temple in Japan Offers Symbolic Same-Sex Weddings

Shunkoin Temple in Kyoto, Japan, is welcoming same-sex couples to hold wedding ceremonies. The country does not legally recognize same-sex marriages. 

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Mississippi

Everything You Need to Know About Mississippi Marriage 

Updated December 10: After an initial win, a Mississippi marriage case will have oral argument in early January.

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