Former 'Ex-Gay' Activist Backs Away from Past, Now Supports GLAAD

Former 'Ex-Gay' Activist Wouldn't Date an 'Ex-Gay' Man

Even when she was a popular talking head for the movement that claims homosexuality can be 'cured' by prayer, Yvette Cantu Schneider didn't really trust that anyone, including herself, could be 'ex-gay.'

PHOTOS: The Prop. 8 Wedding Five Years in the Making

PHOTOS: The Prop. 8 Wedding Five Years in the Making

After a five-year fight to secure the freedom to marry the person they love, Prop. 8 plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo exchanged vows before friends, family, and celebrities at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Saturday.

Prop. 8 Donor IDs Will Remain Public Information

The identities of Proposition 8 supporters will remain public information, a federal appeals panel decided Tuesday.

WATCH: Author Defends Controversial Marriage Equality Book

WATCH: Author Defends Controversial Marriage Equality Book

Bringing the fight to federal court, as happened in the Proposition 8 case, 'was absolutely a revolutionary step to take,' Jo Becker tells MSNBC host Ronan Farrow.

Prop. 8 Defense Attorney 'Evolves' on Marriage

Prop. 8 Defense Attorney 'Evolves' on Marriage

Charles Cooper, the lawyer who unsuccessfully argued that California's same-sex marriage ban was constitutional, now supports marriage equality and is helping plan his stepdaughter's wedding to another woman.

Homophobes Drop Firefox in Protest of Mozilla CEO Ouster

Homophobes Drop Mozilla's Firefox in Protest

A staggering 86 percent of the comments on Mozilla's Firefox Input feedback forum are negative, citing Brendan Eich's ouster as CEO as proof that the progressive company is intolerant.

Op-ed: NOM Can’t Shut Me Down

Op-ed: NOM Can’t Shut Me Down

Political adviser and activist Fred Karger is the thorn in NOM's side, and he doesn't care if the group doesn't like it.

Out100: Prop. 8 Victors Photo

Kris Perry, Sandy Stier, Dustin Lance Black, Jeff Zarrillo, and Paul Katami honored

Justice Scalia: Supreme Court Shouldnt Invent New Minorites

Scalia: Supreme Court Shouldn't 'Invent New Minorites'

'It's not up to the courts to invent new minorities that get special protections,' Scalia said before a crowd of more than 300 people Monday.

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