Game of Thrones star Kristian Nairn is saying a lot more than "Hodor!" these days. The Northern Ireland native, known for acting in HBO's Game of Thrones and for his DJ sets on his "Rave of Thrones" tour, is speaking out for same-sex marriage in his country. Show More Summary
Kristian Nairn says it's a "disgrace" that his native Northern Ireland has yet to legalize same-sex marriage.
The Belfast Telegraph reports: Game of Thrones star Kristian Nairn could swap the stage for the political arena after becoming frustrated with the lack of progress on equality issues such as same-sex marriage. The 6ft 10in actor, DJShow More Summary
Kristian Nairn, who played Hodor on Game of Thrones, says he’s considering entering politics in Northern Ireland to fight for causes like marriage equality and separation of church and state. The Belfast Telegraph reports: Nairn, who...Show More Summary
When it first came together, the documentary "The Freedom to Marry" probably looked like something of a victory lap. A chance to celebrate the individuals whose decades of work on the fight for marriage equality led to the 2015 Supreme Court ruling making it legal for gay people to marry in all...
The prolonged fight for marriage equality in Australia gained fresh momentum last month thanks to a series of public campaigns and political efforts. The Equality Campaign recently-launched a campaign of TV commercials, billboards and...Show More Summary
This is Peter Hitchens’ Mail on Sunday column The campaign to get rid of marriage has not gone away. Civil partnerships for heterosexuals were not thrown out by the Appeal Court last week, only put off till later. They will...
The infamous antigay group is promising to reverse marriage equality, but it looks like it's fighting to stay alive.
Evan Wolfson and Mary Bonauto, key figures in the fight for marriage equality, are the subjects of the new documentary “The Freedom to Marry.” Wolfson and Bonauto took their battle to the Supreme Court, ultimately securing this cornerstone...Show More Summary
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The Australian Christian Lobby, which is pushing hard to fight marriage equality in Australia, has been going out of its mind over a fashion campaign from the Volley Australia shoe label, which encourages people to “root” for change. In i… Read The post Fashion Label ‘Roots’ for Sexual Expression in Ads That Have Anti-Gay Christians Enraged appeared first on Towleroad.
Daley’s fiance has been active in the fight for marriage equality.
Since same-sex marriage was legalized in the U.S. in June 2015 by The Supreme Court of the United States, investment firms, banks and the media have done a disservice to the queer community. It's hard to find resources that talk about...Show More Summary
The Long Fight for LGBTQ Rights in Taiwan Continues Proposed changes to the country's laws may make Taiwan the first nation in Asia to have full marriage equality Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Last week, I was pulling together an article for Slate about the status of lesbian and trans women in Iran. With marriage equality settled and the prospect of four more years of tolerant Democratic leadership in this country, I thought...Show More Summary
We just can’t get enough of Lennie and Pearl! The adorable North Carolina-based couple have been together for 50 years and were highly visible throughout the nationwide fight for marriage equality. Lennie and Pearl have taken part in...Show More Summary
This sort of thing was supposed to have ended when marriage equality was legalized, but apparently it’s a reality that queer couples must still face: when a partner dies, evil family members swooping in to seize the couple’s possessions with no regard for their decades-long relationship. It used to be far more common. Without legal marriage equality, most LGBT couples had [...]
After being suspended for fighting marriage equality, former Alabama chief justice Roy Moore is digging in his heels.
"Love is powerful. It's one of the best medicines we have."
The story behind the successful fight for marriage equality is about the extraordinary power of love. A crusty old newspaper editor once warned me that investigative reporting can be one of the toughest jobs in journalism: A grueling...Show More Summary