In the latest episode of his web series, American Savage, Dan Savage tells liberal Christians that their silence has allowed the religious right to "hijack" the faith.
Equality advocates in Washington were successful in reframing the discussion about same-sex marriage from one of "rights" to one of "commitment" and "values," according to a new poll from centrist think tank Third Way.
Senator Stephen Saland conceded defeat in his reelection bid, leaving only one of the four Republicans who backed marriage equality in office.
The leaders of the Fort Bragg Officers' Spouses Club have announced that they will review their rules, which prohibit same-sex spouses of officers, at their next board meeting next month.
The first openly gay U.S. Senator has been appointed to committees dealing with ENDA, anti-bullying measures, and equal benefits for same-sex partners of federal employees.
The state Senate president and LGBT advocacy groups reaffirmed their opposition after an openly gay assemblyman introduced a measure to allow voters to decide the issue.
Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson says that even evangelical Christians are starting to see younger church goers are less inclined to rally against marriage equality.
The founder of the It Gets Better Project married his longtime partner in Seattle on Sunday, the first day same-sex couples could marry after voters legalized marriage equality in November.