Rachel and Jane dish about gay media representation and gay marriage on The Rachel Maddow Show. So this is basically relevant to every interest you’ve ever had, ever.
President Obama announced he supports same-sex marriage, and then what happened?
Obama has just announced he personally supports gay marriage.
Gay marriage was just legalized in Maryland — but now religious anti-gay-marriage groups are already trying to overturn the law.
71% of college freshman think it’s okay for us to get married, some lady marries a building, Newt Gingrich is a douchebag, these two Annas have a cute wedding video and so much more!
An Arkansas newspaper refuses to run a gay couple’s engagement announcement because the two can’t legally marry. This is obnoxious and ass backwards.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper says that the 5,000 same-sex couples from abroad who have been married in Canada aren’t legally married after all. Surprise!
Welcome to the mainstream, for better or worse.
In which voting for anti-gay politicians is followed by voting for anti-gay laws.
“On behalf of all gays and lesbians living in Minnesota, I would like to wholeheartedly apologize for our community’s successful efforts to threaten your traditional marriage.”
“…under the proposed legislation, even writing journalistic pieces such as this would be illegal.”
We got your Zach Wahls, we got your Husbands and Husbands, we got your Gaythering Storm!
In NYC for the holidays? Check out this new Off-Broadway series of hilarious and touching plays on the theme of gay marriage.
The Prop 8 trial isn’t the only federal litigation happening right now regarding the definition of marriage – two other cases are currently making their way through the federal courts in Massachusetts that challenge the constitutionality of Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act. Autostraddle’s Legal Eagle explains how this could be a real game-changer.