In celebration of the one-year anniversary of marriage equality in the U.S.
Today is the one-year anniversary of the momentous Supreme Court decision legalizing marriage equality nationally. Since then, Gallup estimates that more than 120,000 same-sex couples have tied the knot, or nearly half of the same-sex couples living together in the U.S. Many of those marriages happened in the first heady rush (and bottled up demand) [...]
Kimberly Jean Bailey Davis. Daughter of Ray and Joan Bailey. Wife… and ex-wife… and wife of Joe Davis, who she married then divorced then married again. Mother of four (two out of wedlock). Born-again Christian. Fashion victim. Gay hater. Related: Kim Davis Is Trying To Rewrite Her Antigay History The 50-year-old, thrice-divorced Rowan County clerk has fallen into [...]
On Sunday, June 26, people across the United States will commemorate the one-year anniversary of Obergefell v. Hodges, the historic Supreme Court case that made marriage equality the law of the land and bettered the lives of millions...Show More Summary
A year after marriage equality was legalized nationwide, we ought to celebrate the victory that so many people worked to achieve, but we can't forget how much more work we have to do.
In a historic 5-4 ruling exactly a year ago, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that bans on marriage for same-sex couples are unconstitutional, paving the way for nationwide marriage equality. Two years prior, rulings in the historic Supreme Court cases United States v. Show More Summary
We’ve had marriage equality across the United States for a year now this Sunday, and it really ought to be a done deal. Right? There is no going back, unless the Supreme Court suddenly gets taken over by ISIS. And yet there are still antigay activists who think they can roll back the tide of progress and undo [...]
Kim Davis' attorney made the anti-gay comments days before the first anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that legalized marriage equality nationwide.And, as usual, he's completely wrong.
Prior to the Supreme Court’s decision in favor of nationwide marriage equality, brave couples from all 50 states stood up and fought back against regressive laws through the courts and state legislatures to expand equal rights for all. Show More Summary
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of marriage equality and this season of Pride, we set out to explore some awesome wedding and honeymoon destinations in Hawaii, Mexico and Costa Rica, places served by our friends at Alaska Airlines. Your Costa Rica Wedding Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Getting There Costa Rica is Alaska Airline’s newest international [...]
This Sunday, we will mark one year since the Supreme Court decided in favor of loving, committed same-sex couples nationwide, making marriage equality the law of the land. Since the historic ruling, approximately 123,000 same-sex couples...Show More Summary
The British Overseas Territory of Bermuda, a collection of small North Atlantic islands, held a non-binding referendum on marriage equality and same-sex civil unions on Thursday. The Royal Gazette reported today that voters rejected both options by 69 percent and 63 percent, respectively. Show More Summary
Post submitted by Charles Girard, Coordinator, HRC Welcoming Schools This Sunday marks one year since the Supreme Court of the U.S. declared marriage equality the law of the land. Since then, families and schools across the nation have...Show More Summary
The man behind the historic Supreme Court ruling last year looks forward to what our community needs after winning the freedom to marry.
When nationwide marriage equality was imminent, conservative Christians were claiming pastors would be jailed for not officiating gay weddings.Enough time has passed to assess that prediction...
Until 1961, every state in the U.S. had sodomy laws. In 2016, every state in the U.S. has marriage equality. What happened?
June 26 marks the first anniversary of the Supreme Court's historic ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges that the Fourteenth Amendment requires every state to allow same-sex couples to marry. This was a life-changing ruling for me and forShow More Summary
A new documentary shows how the final fight was won in the decades-long marriage equality battle. Watch part of it here.
It’s a beautiful thing when an advocacy group has to close its doors because it has achieved its goal. And it’s not at all common. Evan Wolfson is one of the few lucky people who can tell us what that feels like. Wolfson was the founder a… Read The post New Documentary ‘The Freedom to Marry’ Shows How Marriage Equality Was Won appeared first on Towleroad.