The SCOTUS keeps us waiting, the man keeps us down, and nobody knows what the fuck is going on with Barack Obama these days.
The Justice Department’s amicus brief joins other ones opposed to Prop 8, including one from 75 pro-equality Republicans. This leaves a lot of questions: namely, what took them so long?
It’s telling and moving that Obama chose to dedicate a fairly significant chunk of his speech to the LGBT community; it sends the message that we are who he thinks of when remembering how equal we are or are not.
“With all due respect that is a bunch of malarkey.”
One year since the Obama administration announced a verbal policy regarding protection for binational LGBT families, House Democrats say the administration has fallen short on its promises.
Beginning August 1st, insurance companies are going to be so much nicer about your body and all of the monies you have to spend to keep it healthy and happy and baby-free.
The Democratic Party is officially adding a “plank” to their party platform supporting gay marriage.
The Supreme Court ruled that the Affordable Care Act and its mandate that Americans carry health insurance or else face a tax is constitutional.
“And as long as I have the privilege of being your President, I promise you, you won’t just have a friend in the White House, you will have a fellow advocate.”
Now the constitutionality of DOMA will almost definitely head to the Supreme Court next year.
Colin Powell says that “I don’t see any reason not to say that they should be able to get married under the laws of their state or the laws of the country.”
President Obama announced he supports same-sex marriage, and then what happened?
Joe Biden finished “evolving” a long time ago, it seems.
The announcement of the first-ever LGBT Pride Month White House Champions of Change Contest is one of many recent events suggesting Obama is on our side for real now.
A federal appeals court in Boston is considering whether it’s constitutional to deny same-sex married couples equal rights under the law.
“If people really come to care about homeless gay teens, it means that they’re willing to care about more than gay marriage or cute pictures of weddings at city hall.”
“In the past, executive orders setting standards for contractors have not only put an American ideal of equal opportunity into practice; they have also helped show employers that ending discrimination is good for business.”
Did you know that one in five trans people does not have stable housing? Obama’s administration does!
The Republicans have already decided that they don’t need the gays for the 2012 election, but Obama may feel differently.
The Obama administration’s decision to take treatment of gays and lesbians into account when making foreign aid decisions is actually really historic, and here’s why.
What did you get for Christmas? Was it drunk? Maybe it was James Franco’s grandma. Say it was. We found the thumbnail for this article by googling “lesbian christmas,” so.