By the end of 2013, there were an estimated 130,000 married same-sex couples in the U.S., a 50 percent increase from three years earlier, says a new Williams Institute study.
That doesn't necessarily mean it causes suicide, but the association is troubling, says a new study.
The researchers found just slight differences between teens raised by stable lesbian couples and those raised by long-term straight couples, but the few points of difference favored the lesbian-led families.
The state's insurance department issued a directive informing health insurance companies operating within the state that they are now required to cover benefits.
The New Mexico Pediatric Society, the New Mexico Psychological Association, and the New Mexico chapter of the National Association of Social Workers all came forward for marriage equality as the state awaits a court decision.
Andy Miller, founder of the Handsome Father, expresses his disappointment with his fellow gays since he and his partner adopted their son.
LGBT folks in the Bay Area who want to have biological children are taking the process into their own hands.
More than 1,030 same-sex couples are raising 2,000 children in the state but not allowed to access marriage benefits, according to the Williams Institute.
The new rule applies to children of federal employees who are in same-sex domestic partnerships but live in states where marriage is not an option.
The Family Equality Council's initiative for National Adoption Month shows LGBT people and same-sex couples face state-level hurdles that hurt their chances of becoming parents.