On Monday this week, a young Muslim woman faced the Indian Supreme Court, finally allowed to speak after being imprisoned for converting to Islam and marrying a man of her choice. After months of petitions, news coverage, and speeches from everyone but her, she said laid out her demand clearly: “I want freedom.” In 2016, Hadiya, a 24-year old woman […]
Cassius Delves Into “New” Nola Darling For Cover Story Nola Darling changed the way Black women explored their sexuality on-screen back in the 80’s– so we expect her Netflix adaptation to be just as free! Now, does sexual “freedom” ...
Pat Robertson’s Christian Broadcasting Network is weighing on Australia’s marriage battle in typical fashion, giving voice to the extremist Party For Freedom, which typically rails against blacks, Muslims, refugees, and immigrants. Australia’s...Show More Summary
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, a strong supporter of gay marriage, defended the right of a church to refuse to marry a young couple who had posted support for same-sex unions on social media.
American citizens enjoy the freedom to marry who they want and to have kids with whom they want -- for the most part.
Two documentaries follow these crusaders in their gripping, but ultimately successful legislative and legal—and hearts and minds—battles for LGBT equality.
The girl’s mother took her to Yemen for a year. Then, her uncle allegedly extorted her family for her freedom.
A new documentary, The Freedom to Marry, follows one of the most successful civil rights movements of our time.
A Michigan man says he was banned from an outdoor farmer’s market after he refused to allow gay couples to get married on his property. Represented by anti-gay litigation group Alliance Defending Freedom [ADF], apple grower Stephen Tennes filed a law… Read The post Michigan Apple Grower Banned From Farmer’s Market For Homophobic Facebook Post appeared first on Towleroad.
On Wednesday, Taiwan’s Constitutional Court ruled that laws prohibiting marriage between two people of the same sex violate constitutional guarantees of equality. The court ordered parliament to amend the civil code within two years to comply with its decision. Show More Summary
From drinking, smoking and gambling to voting, marrying and travelling — and everything in between — what are the freedoms that Queenslanders take for granted? Freedom Then, Freedom Now is an intriguing journey into our recent past exploring...Show More Summary
The Sagebrush State isn't taking any chances with the freedom to marry.
Neil Gorsuch is Donald Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court, and you may be wondering: “Do I need to be worried about this guy?” The answer: Yes, yes you do, unless you don’t like having the freedom to marry, to get medical care, to have a place to live, or to use the bathroom. Neil hasn’t said much about LGBT people. Show More Summary
Clip recap: Neil Gorsuch is Donald Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court, and you may be wondering — do we need to be worried about this guy? The answer: yes, yes you do, unless you don’t like having the freedom to marry, to get medical care, to have a place to live, or to use... The post Matt Baume On Neil Gorsuch And LGBT Rights [VIDEO] appeared first on Joe.My.God..
Not only is Vice President Mike Pence a bad person—because he doesn't dine alone with women who are not married to him—he's obviously breaking the law, says Vox. Betsy DeVos says competition would help schools in the same way that competition has improved ride-sharing. Show More Summary
The documentary The Freedom to Marry follows the LGBT campaign group as it nears the end of the momentous 2015 Supreme Court battle. How sure does victory remain?
The Freedom to Marry founder is all about hope and inspiration in the age of Donald Trump.
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 film is hitting theaters in 35 cities nationwide.
"I don’t think this is in the bag. I think we’re gonna have to fight to win.”