Women tied the knot in what may have gone down in history as the world’s biggest mass all-female same-sex wedding.
Two years after marriage equality, some people still have issue with what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their homes.
(AP) For critics of Arkansas' religious objections law, a new rule allowing counselors to refer clients elsewhere if they have a religious or moral objection to treating them shows the Pandora's box the majority-Republican Legislature opened last year. It also is a sign that the debate over the law that was upended in the final days of last year's legislative session is far from over.
Since Australia launched its postal survey on marriage equality earlier this month, residents of the capital have complained about receiving ballots addressed to people who died, Australian daily newspaper The Age reports.
(CNN) Prime Minister Scott Morrison said religious schools in Australia are already legally allowed to deny students a place based on their sexual orientation, following criticism of a leaked report that proposes allowing schools to bar them.
With Australia waiting for a decision on the marriage equality mail ballot initiative, right-wing politicians said they would fight any measure approving that equality.
Austria's Constitutional Court has ruled that same-sex couples will be allowed to marry by the beginning of 2019, bringing the country in line with more than a dozen other western European nations.
(WB) A law that rescinds marriage rights for same-sex couples in Bermuda took effect on Friday.
Nearly half a year after approving same-sex marriage, Bermuda will no longer allow couples to marry.
The territory of Bermuda has become the first in the world’s history to reverse a law allowing same-sex marriage.
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, the Canada Post has chosen to celebrate marriage equality.
The legalization of same-sex marriage may be brand new to American history, but that doesn’t mean it’s anything unique.
(CNN) Kelli King was driving home from work Friday, listening to the news on the car radio, when she got a very nice surprise.
Quebec will soon teach kids about same-sex relationships and sex education.
(WB) Chilean President Michelle Bachelet on Monday introduced a bill that would extend marriage and adoption rights to same-sex couples.
(WB) Thailand could become the first country in Asia to endorse same-sex marriage after a bill that would allow same-sex unions was approved.
The Christian Right claims that religious freedom depends on a religious refusal to bake a wedding cake. They also heavily supported laws prohibiting same-sex marriage. The “refused wedding cake” occurs in a for-profit secular activity. The laws prohibiting same-sex marriage directly interfered with the religious activity of MCC and other inclusive religions.
(BLADE)The Costa Rica Supreme Court on Wednesday formally released its ruling that says lawmakers have 18 months to extend marriage rights to same-sex couples.
Costa Rica’s Supreme Court ordered deemed banning same-sex marriage as unconstitutional.
Costa Rica’s Supreme Court has ruled against the country’s long-standing ban on same-sex marriage, and is giving the government 18 months to decide on the matter.