In one of the most major trans civil rights legal cases of our time and a huge milestone for legal precedent when it comes to LGBT employees generally, the Supreme Court has ruled that the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits sex discrimination in the workplace, does apply to sexual orientation and trans status.
Once the rain finally stopped, Equal Love Taiwan snapped a photo of the clouds breaking open to reveal a literal rainbow. Gay couples will be able to begin getting married on May 24th!
Women and LGBTQ people made history Tuesday and Donald Trump will finally face some checks and oversight in Congress.
“I didn’t want any other student to have to suffer the same experience that I had to go through.”
Doug Jones’ victory is a reason to be joyful, and when you combine it with November’s elections, where a record number of POC and trans folks rallied their way into office, it’s even a reason to hope.
Oh, right. This is what good news feels like.
The vote passed 393 to 226 on the last day of Parliament’s summer session.
Regardless of the challenges that still lie ahead, from the DAPL project to Native safety and sovereignty in general, this news is a major victory for the Standing Rock Sioux and their allies.
“It is so ordered.”
In a historic decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right.
Nearly 62 percent of Irish voters cast their ballot in favor of marriage equality!
The 26th Annual GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles was a fantastic and star-studded evening of joy and magic laughter!
U.S. District Judge Joseph Bataillon called the ban an “unabashedly gender-specific infringement of the equal rights of its citizens.”
The couple was narrowly granted a marriage license under a special circumstance so other Texas same-sex couples wanting to marry will have to wait.
Both rulings have been stayed, but marriage equality in the South seems kind of inevitable now.
We actually won a handful of really important things.
Today Idaho became the latest state with a ban on same-sex marriage to have it declared unconstitutional by a federal judge.
The New York Times is swearing off the “h-word” (again), Charice is really happy, a bunch of puppies are longing for treats, and Michigan’s gay moms have a new reason to smile.
Today, Judge Bernard Friedman declared Michigan’s 2004 same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
Y’all, a federal judge rules Texas’ ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional!