The first same-sex couple to marry in Illinois ties the knot in a court-ordered ceremony
Jewish leaders objected strongly to a comparison between gay couples and neo-Nazis used by a leader of an anti-marriage equality group.
The administrative decision goes against some existing case law regarding the legal status of same-sex partners who are not married.
It's not out of the question, says leading equality foe Maggie Gallagher, who also used a recent radio appearance to assert once again that same-sex marriage is 'going to hurt a lot of children.'
A judge Monday ordered the immediate issuance of a marriage license to Vernita Gray, who has cancer, and partner Patricia Ewert.
Since Wisconsin has strong workplace antidiscrimination laws in place, the state's Republican governor believes its constitutional amendment against same-sex marriage makes for a fair and balanced state.
We congratulate Scotland on this important civil rights advance, and we take the opportunity to note some famous queer Scotsmen and Scotswomen.
While many Illinoisans celebrated yesterday's signing of a marriage equality bill, one Roman Catholic leader was seeking to drive out the forces that led to this 'grave sin.'