Oklahoma Republicans who helped enact the state's ban on same-sex marriage say a federal judge's ruling striking down that ban unfairly overrules the will of the voters.
The NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force has been assigned to the case involving the assault on a transgender woman in an Astoria diner.
After weeks of protest from students, Archbishop J. Peter Sartain has announced that the Church will stand firm in its support of Eastside Catholic's decision to fire gay administrator Mark Zmuda for marrying his partner.
Since Adam Fraley was let go for being gay, nearly 80 percent of the members of First United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Ind., have left.
The Office of Personnel Management is reviewing the insurance policies currently offered to agency employees, evaluating whether or not to include transition-related care on future plans.
Brian Fischer contends that gay people marrying opposite-sex spouses counts as equal rights, and that Judeo-Christian opposition to equality will remain steadfast — forever.