NOH8 Co-founders Adam Bouska and Jeff Parshley invited members of both parties and both houses of Congress to a photo shoot to celebrate National Coming Out Day and 26 people showed up — all Democrats from the House of Representatives. Among them is the head of the Democratic Party, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
With less than one month before the November election, out-of-state antigay groups are funneling money into Washington in an attempt to defeat the bipartisan-supported marriage equality law.
It turns out even Rick Santorum didn't think anyone should take his candidacy for president seriously.
The Nordstroms sent a memo to employees expressing their position, following a list of other major Washington companies, some of which have faced anger from the right.
He started his speeches with a joke: "My name is Harvey Milk and I'm here to recruit you." And his famous "Hope Speech" was no different but stood out from the rest.
Gallaudet President T. Alan Hurwitz said Angela McCaskill “participated in a legislative initiative that some feel is inappropriate," but marriage equality advocates “strongly disagreed” with the suspension.
Furious over Obama's support of same-sex marriage, a group called God Said has pledged $1M toward ads urging blacks to 'vote their biblical values.'
Two ads from African-American pastors affirm that the new marriage equality law protects civil rights and religious freedom.
A memo from the Department of Homeland Security lists the criteria under which same-sex relationships can be considered a “family relationship.”
Twenty percent of Americans do not identify with a particular religion, and most in that group support marriage equality.