Women tied the knot in what may have gone down in history as the world’s biggest mass all-female same-sex wedding.
The use of paper is becoming a lost art. To write this, I’m using a computer and referencing notes from emails. You’re reading this online.
More than 50 elected officials from across the country joined together Thursday night for a “Voices of Victory” broadcast presented by the LGBTQ Victory Fund.
Two years after marriage equality, some people still have issue with what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their homes.
LGBT issues were front and center in Day Two of the confirmation hearing for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, with Democrats and even a few Republicans attempting to clarify how she might approach such issues on the high court.
(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.
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.
Nearly half a year after approving same-sex marriage, Bermuda will no longer allow couples to marry.
(WB) The Biden administration announced on Monday it would enforce civil rights protections under Obamacare to prohibit discrimination in health care against patients for being LGBT, reversing policy during the Trump years excluding transgender status as a protected characteristic under the law.
(WB) Immigration authorities in the Cayman Islands have recognized the marriage of a same-sex couple who legally married outside of the British territory.
Pete Buttigieg wasn’t going to let Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s remarks on his marriage slide.
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, the Canada Post has chosen to celebrate marriage equality.
The Privy Council of the United Kingdom sided with Bermuda's government on Monday, declaring that the Cayman Islands' Constitution prohibits gays from marrying.
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) A bill that will extend marriage rights to same-sex couples in Chile received final approval on Tuesday.
(WB) Chilean President Michelle Bachelet on Monday introduced a bill that would extend marriage and adoption rights to same-sex couples.
Cuba's communist government is attempting to garner support for a new family law that would allow same-sex marriage and strengthen women's rights.
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.
(CNN) Just before Alvin Chang's mother passed away 12 years ago, she asked Alvin's older sister to look after him.
When two California university students were expelled for being in same-sex marriages, they filed a lawsuit claiming the school violated anti-discrimination laws.
(AP) A same-sex couple has asked Romania's Constitutional Court to legally recognize them as married, which would be a landmark and surprising ruling. Commentators predict the court will reject their case this week.
(WM) A U.S. appeals court has ruled against a web designer who didn’t want to create wedding websites for same-sex couples and sued to challenge Colorado’s anti-discrimination law, another twist in a series of court rulings nationwide about whether businesses denying services to LGBT people amounts to bias or freedom of speech.
(AP) Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore should be swiftly removed from office for a second time because he urged the state's probate judges to defy federal courts on gay marriage, a state ethics commission argued Friday.
This week read about an organization attempting to bar Somizi Mhlongo from visiting Zimbabwe because he's gay, andEduardo Leite of Brazil claiming that all, because he's gay, doesn't mean he has to fight for equality rights.
Kenyans are outraged by the murder of a non-binary lesbian named Sheila Lumumba, and an LGBT network in Peru hosted a wedding for three same-sex couples.
Police are not taking action against protesters who are against the Singapore government (possibly) removing an anti-gay law, and LGBT people in the Middle East might get their rights taken away.
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