The latest development stemming from a Richmond billboard that proclaimed 'no one is born gay' has a much more accepting message.
An estimated 400 people took time out of their pre-holiday routine on Sunday to take a photo intended to protest a Richmond billboard that claims 'nobody is born gay.'
The man who modeled for a stock image used on an 'ex-gay' group's billboard claiming twins research proves no one is born gay, says he in fact was born gay — and doesn't have a twin.
A county school board in Virginia passed a policy restricting trans students to using single-stall restrooms or those for their birth gender.
Several states have won the freedom to marry in just the last few days. That means plenty to celebrate for same-sex couples and their allies — and plenty to lament for those who oppose equality.
Marriage has been permanently legalized in Virginia, and same-sex couples are now free to wed. Two nearby states have also embraced marriage equality.
The state's top officials announced today that they won't defend West Virginia's ban on marriage equality, while two West Virginia counties are ready to issue licenses to same-sex couples immediately.
The issue is now clearly back in the political arena, but Republicans seem to want to avoid it.
Three marriage equality cases are currently awaiting review by the U.S. Supreme Court. But there are several more making a beeline for the nation's highest court.
The ex-governor of Virginia who once piously campaigned against marriage equality now finds his own marriage on trial.
For Supreme Court-watchers hoping to see a definitive verdict on marriage equality nationwide, it's time to hurry up and wait.