What happens when homosexuals and conservatives come together? Something different every time, apparently! Stories from Maryland’s gay marriage debate, the Conservative Political Action Conference, the National Prayer Breakfast and more.
On the upside, Zach Wahls gave a kickass speech about his gay family and you need to see it right now.
George W. Bush’s daughter Barbara Bush has released a video supporting gay marriage equality. For real.
Get your hot chocolate and 1989 World Series Puzzle out, it’s time to bundle up and think about how Governor of Illinois Pat Quinn signed Civil Unions legislation into law today!
Like Target and Dominoes before it, Chik-Fil-A is the next corporate chain on the chopping block for supporting anti-gay groups.
There’s something for everyone this Sunday Funday – from Ugandan lesbian Brenda Namigadde who is safe at least for now from persecution in her home country, to a bronze bust of Sean Connery in Estonia. The world is full of wonderful things.
The majority of Americans support equality on a variety of gay equality issues — the government just needs to catch up. A look at 2011’s gay marriage initiatives around the country and hope for the future.
“People grew up in church, so a lot of us lived in shame. What did we do? We wandered around lost. We married men, and then couldn’t understand why every night we had a headache.”
“Senator Penny Wong has been a driving force in creating reform for gay and lesbian Australians, and part of her ability to be the instigator of reform stems from the fact that she has chosen to refrain from advocating for gay marriage.”
Nepal is open for gay tourists and just announced it will add a transgender category to its Census. Nepal is deeply conservative. Other countries should feel embarrassed.
According to the Saskatchewan Appeal Court, marriage commissioners cannot refuse to perform same-sex marriages on religious grounds, because it’s illegal and backwards and they say so. Saskatchewan: the province you didn’t know you loved.
Confused by what happened in California today? Don’t worry, so is everyone else.
We made a lot of important strides in 2010, so obviously 2011 will be about people trying to push us backwards. Let’s make sure we don’t let them.
For same-sex families who can’t be legally married, second-parent adoption is often their best option. Well, not anymore.
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.
These very serious important economists studied “The Effects of Same-Sex Marriage Laws on Public Health and Welfare” and the results are very much in our favor.
Your recap of the Prop 8 hearing is here! It took a while to get to you but that’s because Charles Cooper’s ears are just too weird, that and his terrible legal arguments kept throwing us off. Anyhow let’s talk about the future of gay marriage in California!
Illinois’s State Senate has approved civil unions for same-sex couples – is it a sign of change or more of the same?
The original Prop 8 case wasn’t televised, but the hearing on whether or not Prop 8 should ultimately be repealed will be.
Just when you thought it was safe to register at Pottery Barn in Iowa, voters there remind us that they HATE EQUALITY, and especially the judges who uphold it with unpopular rulings. And once again we have NOM to thank.