Just one month into the new year, lawmakers across the country are introducing bills to erode LGBT rights any way they can.
Vienna’s staging a massive kiss-in in the name of lesbianism, a Pusheen pillow is coming to a world near you, this dog rides the bus all by herself, and one clerk in Texas won’t back down on gay marriage. All that and more in the rose-tinted world of this week’s Sunday Funday!
The Supreme Court will decide on the constitutionality of marriage equality rights sometime this summer.
A blast from the (lesbian, not-so-far) past, three really helpful and also adorable dogs, Miles learning about love from his two moms, religious people not sucking, a gay priest in Ireland, unconditional love, and Skellie the basic bitch skeleton are here to make things cheery as f*ck.
The first batch of good news out of 2015 includes Ari Fitz on ElixHER’s cover, a cricket engaygement, badass queers in Uganda, Amber Rose’s approval, marriage equality spreading around the world in under 80 days, and kittens playing with tiny trucks.
Meanwhile, Dej Loaf’s decked out in all white everything like Lydia advised, a baby rhino is being fed somewhere right now with this big bottle, Australia’s making schools safer for queermos, Taiwan recognizes trans folks, and a tennis star married her girlfriend (finally). Also, dog on a rumba.
This Sunday there’s revolutionary love in Ferguson, a Marcel the Shell serenade session, 14 famous trans women on the cover of Candy, and absolutely no time for men’s questions. Also, JANET MOCK IS ENGAGED!
Same-sex couples are statistically proven to be bonded for life, an otter finds home for the first time, and a bunch of UK queers upgrade their love in this week’s good news roundup.
A resident Engaged Queer Person helps you figure out how to you start looking for/purchasing an engagement ring!
An adorable lesbian wedding, a squirrel playing a flute, a girl and her cow, and more inside!
Both rulings have been stayed, but marriage equality in the South seems kind of inevitable now.
Among other important items of note, Jill and Doc became the first same-sex couple to be married in Montana!
Oh, also, a baby reindeer.
Happy Sunday Funday, folks! Here’s to hoping you didn’t have too bad of a hangover this Halloween weekend.
This week, your good gay news comes with a heaping side of dogs in wigs and a round of interviews and video series, on the house.
Susan Summer, the director of constitutional litigation at Lambda Legal, put it simply: “SSA should not be telling widowed lesbians and gay men already grieving the loss of a spouse—‘you live in the wrong state so you don’t get Social Security spousal benefits.'”
It’s the start of a new week, so rise and shine and head on in here for some good gay news!
Half the nation now lets same-sex couples marry, thanks to some Supreme Court shenanigans.
Are you married yet? Either way, I bet I’ve got a thing or two in this here roundup of good gay news to cheer you right up.
This morning the Supreme Court officially declined to rule on five pending same-sex marriage cases from Indiana, Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia, and Wisconsin. This means marriages can start immediately in those states, but national progress is stalled.