Pussy Riot, sixty animals of varying species, and all the gay couples in the United States of America walk into the Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony.
Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue is getting better and Russia’s only getting worse.
And none for you, GOP.
Brittney Griner could receive the honor of her lifetime, a rainbow army is going to Russia, and Virginia Woolf got born a long long time ago.
The new Momentum Report from the Movement Advancement Project proves that gay marriage is just the tip of the iceberg. How is the LGBT community doing when it comes to everything else?
If all goes according to his plan (and it very well may not) this will be a year of leaps and bounds for many of the Americans who felt left behind in 2013. Women, people of color and those living in poverty could all benefit from Obama’s plans to use executive orders rather than waiting on a gridlocked Congress to pass anything to his desk.
From Russia, with love.
On Tuesday morning, six same sex couples and LGBT civil rights group Equality Florida filed a lawsuit in pursuit of marriage equality in the Sunshine State.
This is too important for my intended Oklahomo pun, but I want y’all to know that I thought of it.
This halt on same-sex marriages may throw a wrench into a lot of LGBT folks’ hopes about marriage equality in the United States, but the Utah case actually offers the Supreme Court an opportunity to take a firm stance on the legality of same-sex marriage.
A historic lesbian union, a failed hunger strike, queer ladies in the lap of luxury, and the ultimate “fuck you” to Linda Harvey’s anti-gay bullshit.
Former NFL punter and same-sex marriage advocate Chris Kluwe says he was fired for supporting marriage equality.
The more we talk about things, the better they get. 2013 was proof.
One wedding cake-shaped float, sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, will highlight a live same-sex wedding for the first time since the Rose Parade began in 1890. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is promoting its 2014 float with the slogan “Love is the Best Protection,” to promote legalizing same-sex marriage as a method to keep gay men safer from HIV/AIDS.
Live from Russia, Utah, Alabama, and Ireland, it’s Saturday Night! Or at least it’s the day where we talk about Saturday night.
Romi Klinger’s getting divorced, Dot-Marie got married, trans* voices are getting published, and we’re celebrating the holidays in a special space where it’s just you, Ari Fitz, and the rest of the Internet.
A federal judge just struck down Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage, a day after New Mexico becomes the 17th state to allow same-sex marriage.
“Marriage is like a chlorinated community pool that we now get access to. I think that people forget that queers have been swimming in the ocean the whole time.”
Let’s dig into the good gay news dispatches from around the world and never look back.
In extremely upsetting and infuriating news, Australia’s High Court has overturned ACT’s legalization of same-sex marriage.