Gay 'Focus' of Clinton Campaign Ad Enrages Christian Critics

Christian Critics: Hillary Ad Basically a Queer as Folk Episode

A gay man narrated the ad and lesbians "caressed" each other during it, according to conservatives.

Scott Walker's Been to Same-Sex Wedding Reception, Still Opposes Marriage Equality

Scott Walker Wants Weddings Illegal, But Attended a Reception

Scott Walker and Marco Rubio are walking a fine line on the issue, while some other Republican presidential hopefuls say they wouldn't attend such an event.

Op-ed: Jared Polis Explains the 'Marriage-juana' Agenda

Op-ed: Jared Polis on the 'Marriage-juana' Platform

Congressman Jared Polis says ‘the two most successful social policy movements in the U.S.’ — marriage equality and marijuana reform — have more in common than first meets the eye.

Bobby Jindal: Louisiana's Antigay Marriage Bill Isn't About Discrimination

Bobby Jindal: My Antigay Marriage Bill Isn't Discriminatory

The Louisiana governor claims the bill won't really allow discrimination against same-sex couples, but opponents say it will do just that.

Antigay Indiana Law Brings Down Gov. Mike Pence's Approval Ratings

Antigay Indiana Law Brings Down Gov. Mike Pence's Approval Ratings

Yet another poll indicates that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's popularity took a hit when he signed a discriminatory 'religious freedom' law last month.

N.J., Ohio Senators Plead for Marriage Equality

N.J., Ohio Senators Plead for Marriage Equality

Democrats Cory Booker and Sherrod Brown delivered impassioned speeches on the Senate floor.

Marco Rubio Might Be the Most Antigay Presidential Candidate Yet

Is Marco Rubio the Most Antigay Candidate Yet?

Rubio is the latest Republican presidential candidate to announce his bid, but he's already racked up an extensive antigay record.

Marco Rubio Is No 'Change' for LGBT Americans
April 13 2015 6:50 PM ET

Marco Rubio Is No 'Change' for LGBT Americans

In a GOP field already crowded with right-wing candidates seeking the 2016 presidential nomination, some position Florida Sen. Marco Rubio as a moderate — but he's not when it comes to LGBT equality.

These Tweeting Celebs Are Ready for Hillary

10 Tweeting Celebs Who Are Ready for Hillary

After Hillary Clinton’s long-anticipated announcement that she’s running for president, celebrities began burning up the Twittersphere with comments ranging from earnest to humorous.

Arkansas Gov.: No Need for LGBT Protections

Arkansas Gov.: No Need for LGBT Protections

Asa Hutchinson thinks the revised 'religious freedom' bill is enough to protect gay and transgender people.

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