Prop. 8 Majority

At the end of June, The Advocate's breaking news coverage of the Proposition 8 ruling by the Supreme Court included not only the latest on what was happening, but also insightful commentary, a comprehensive timeline of the case, and shareable social media graphics that helped keep conversation happening.
WATCH: Prop. 8 Plaintiffs Stier and Perry Marry

WATCH: Prop. 8 Plaintiffs Stier and Perry Marry

Sandy Stier and Kris Perry married at San Francisco City Hall today.

COURT LIFTS STAY: CALIFORNIANS CAN MARRY NOW
June 20 2014 8:22 PM ET

COURT LIFTS STAY: CALIFORNIANS MARRY

A U.S. appeals court's action today lets same-sex marriages begin.

Op-ed: Keep the Momentum Going

Op-ed: Keep the Momentum Going

The Supreme Court just struck a fatal blow to two virulently anti-LGBT laws. Here's how to get rid of the remaining ones.

Rep. Mark Takano Wants to Marry You

Rep. Mark Takano Wants to Marry You

The Advocate interviewed the gay California congressman just minutes after the Supreme Court issued its decisions on Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act and found him in a good mood.

A Latter-Day Shift on LGBT Equality?

A Latter-Day Shift on LGBT Equality?

After years of being one of the leading forces against marriage equality, the Mormon Church has been less active recently, and the LGBT movement has benefited.

For And Against: Supreme Court Ruling On DOMA and Prop 8

For And Against: DOMA and Prop 8

Jim Morrison Dissects the Death of DOMA and the Annihilation of Prop 8

Op-ed: Why Gavin Newsom is as Much a Gay Rights Hero as Harvey Milk

Op-ed: Why Gavin Newsom Is as Much a Hero as Harvey Milk

If you live in California and plan to marry now, you owe him a heap of thanks for paving the way.

PHOTOS: Message at Rallies Is Celebrate Today, Fight Tomorrow

Message at Rallies: Celebrate Today, Fight Tomorrow

LGBT Americans have a lot of reason to rejoice about the Supreme Court's rulings on Wednesday, but the message at rallies is also to get to work.

Op-ed: How My Marriage Went From Skim to Creamy Cake Icing

Op-ed: How My Marriage Went From Skim to Creamy Cake Icing

Marriage activist Robin Tyler on the tireless efforts to make marriage happen, and the continuing road for full equality.

Marriage Census: How Many of Us Can Marry Who We Love?

Marriage Census: How Many of Us Can Marry Who We Love?

Once California formally reinstates marriage equality, one third of Americans will live in a state that recognizes the freedom to marry.

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