The organizations representing 27 Mexican states have formed a ‘national front’ against the president’s proposal for same-sex ‘marriage.’
Remember when Louie Goober Gohmert argued on the House floor that gay rights is wrong and so is same sex marriage because if there was a gay island everyone would die off? Well now he's got a new spin on that old story. Goober uppedShow More Summary
A South Korean court has rejected a gay couple's petition to marry, the first such request in the country.
But the bishops are silent on the Church’s teaching against homosexuality, and some even suggest same-sex civil unions as an alternative.
The first same-sex marriage has taken place since the groundbreaking ruling last month.
Same-sex marriage has begun in Colombia and Fernando Quimbayo and José Ticora were the first to marry in the country, at a city registrar in Cali. El Pais published a story on the couple, along with a video. The Washington Blade reports: The court in… Read The post First Gay Couple Married in Colombia: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
The Duggars may not be the only reality TV family fighting marriage equality. Little People, Big World‘s beloved Roloff clan may harbor hateful views as well, RadarOnline.com has learned. Christian… READ ON
The daughter of Africa's most famous archbishop is leaving the priesthood over her marriage to a woman. The Washington Post reports Reverend Mpho Tutu-Van Furth, daughter of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Desmond Tutu, married Marceline Furth in December. Same-sex marriage was legalized in South Africa in 2006, but the South...
The National Church of Scotland voted during its general assembly this weekend to recognize ministers and deacons who are in same-sex marriages, but it's not giving up it's traditional stance that marriage is between a man and a wom...
It’s practically a cliche at this point that those who publicly (and harshly) oppose marriage equality, or even queerness at a fundamental level, likely have some major skeletons buried deep within their psychic closets. Give it a few weeks and we can almost guarantee another antigay [insert powerful title here] will be revealed to have a Grindr [...]
During the climax of the fight over gay marriage in the United States, former Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann famously said, “[Gay people] can get married … They can marry a man if they’re a woman. Or they can marry a woman if they’re a man.” Now, one Jewish dating site is making that brilliant idea easier than ever. Related: What [...]
On May 23, 2015, Ireland became the first country to legalize gay marriage by popular vote—here's how it was done
Kim Davis speaks on the latest episode of "Truths That Transform" about how "gays were trying to shove the SCOTUS ruling down her throat."
On May 23, 2015, Ireland became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote. Irish journalist Charlie Bird witnessed the celebrations and decided on that day to interview and photograph those directly affected by the law’s passage. Show More Summary
The Church of Scotland has voted to let its ministers enter same-sex marriages—though it says it "maintains its traditional view of marriage between a man and woman," the AP reports. The church's general assembly voted Saturday to allow congregations to "opt out" from traditional teaching if they wish to...
She's baaaaaack. Nearly a year after Kim Davis became a right-wing symbol by refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's historic marriage equality ruling, the Kentucky county clerk hasn't given up her fight. In a "Truths That Transform" interview with the D. Show More Summary
Kim Davis is again playing the victim card when it comes to her willful flouting of the Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage last year. Kim has repeatedly claimed that she was the real victim when she denied and degraded a gay couple...Show More Summary
Rowan County clerk Kim Davis, who made headlines last summer for denying marriage licenses to gay couples even after the Supreme Court had struck down bans on marriage equality, told D. James Kennedy Ministries President Frank Wright that she was absolutely justified in her actions.That's because, to her, the Supreme Court has no real authority:
Salon is now actively trying to get us to sympathize with pedophiles. Now that gay marriage is a fact of life and transgenders are rampaging through our restrooms, the next
Anti-gay marriage activist Kim Davis is not at all impressed with the Supreme Court’s ruling from last year that gay people can get married in the United States. Why, you ask? Because she knows there’s a bigger law that cancels out any secular laws in our fallen society: Namely, the...