The Great Ambiguity of a President Lindsey Graham

The Ambiguity of a President Lindsey Graham

The South Carolina senator with a mixed record on LGBT issues teased his presidential campaign today, with a formal campaign launch expected June 1.

WATCH: S.C. Clubgoers Counter Homophobic Kiss-Off With Kiss-In

WATCH: S.C. Clubgoers Counter Homophobic Kiss-Off With Kiss-In

Some college students say a club in a South Carolina resort area had ejected same-sex couples for kissing — so they decided to bring a lot of same-sex kisses its way.

After Athletes Come Out, Christian College Bans Gay Sex

Christian College With Out Athletes Bans Gay Sex

The college, with two out volleyball players, has adopted a 'statement on human sexuality' proscribing 'sexual relations outside of marriage or between persons of the same sex.'

South Carolina May Have to Reimburse LGBT Nonprofits for Marriage Lawsuit

S.C. Might Have to Pay LGBT Nonprofits for Marriage Lawsuit

The more South Carolina tries to stop marriages from happening, the more it may wind up costing them.

S.C. Bill Would Let Officials Refuse Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

S.C. Bill Would Let Officials Refuse Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

The legislation would protect public employees from punishment if they cite religious beliefs in denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Marriage Equality Comes to South Carolina

BREAKING: Marriage Equality Comes to South Carolina

With the Supreme Court's refusal to delay a pro-equality decision, South Carolina officially becomes the 35th state to embrace marriage equality.

WATCH: Same-Sex Couples Marry in S.C.

WATCH: Same-Sex Couples Marry in S.C.

As the state's Republican leadership begs the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene, same-sex couples are being married in Charleston, S.C.

No Stay in South Carolina; Marriages Could Begin Thursday

No Stay in South Carolina; Marriages Could Begin Thursday

Antigay state officials have Chief Justice John Roberts as their last hope to stop same-sex marriage.

Federal Judge Strikes Down South Carolina's Marriage Ban

Federal Judge Strikes Down South Carolina's Marriage Ban

U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel ruled South Carolina's marriage ban unconstitutional, but placed his decision on hold until November 20.

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