Rational adults can respectfully disagree about same sex marriage, just like rational adults can agree that pedophilia is evil. Actually, you would think that rational adults can agree with that, yet
A historian traces the progress of gay rights from midcentury suppression to the triumph of marriage equality.
Earlier this week we were both dismayed and unsurprised to read that the Vatican had confirmed Pope Francis' meeting with marriage equality opponent Kim Davis.
Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum wants to be your next president. He believes in traditional American values. And he believes "traditional American values" boils down to marriage is meant only for pairings that will produce children. Because bible. (Sorry, gays!)...
It seems like Julianne Moore does not rest. She won Best Actress for "Still Alice" in February, and eight months later she had two movies to promote at the Toronto Film Festival. One of them, "Freeheld," opens this weekend, while the other, the Noah Baumbach-esque comedy "Maggie's Plan," just sold to Sony Pictures Classics for a future release. Show More Summary
I am right in the thick of the wedding-weekend portion of my life. All of my friends are getting married, especially with marriage equality passing. I have been in the bridal party for over ten weddings, as a bridesmaid and officiant. Show More Summary
The hosts challenged him on his views regarding Planned Parenthood and marriage equality. Contributor: Ellen Wall read more
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has been a vocal opponent of marriage equality along with his attorney general, Derek Schmidt, who unsuccessfully represented the state in federal court in 2014. Then, after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned...Show More Summary
Forty years before the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage nationwide, with Justice Anthony Kennedy declaring that marriage is a fundamental right that may not be denied to same-sex couples, reason Editor Lynn Kinsky was urging libertarians to be on the vanguard of fighting for equality for gay people. Show More Summary
To serve some citizens of Nebraska with fidelity to the laws we like. Now that marriage equality is the law of the land, Republican officials continue to throw up every possible roadblock to normal family life for same-sex couples. Nebraska...Show More Summary
Jim Obergefell, the named plaintiff in the Supreme Court case that won nationwide marriage equality, has written an open letter to Kim Davis, urging her to do her job of issuing marriage licenses — to all couples. Obergefell fought for the recognition of his marriage to John Arthur. Show More Summary
Rick Santorum showed up on The View today where Raven Symoné faced him down on the issues of marriage equality and gay parenting, getting Santorum to admit that gay couples can raise children well. Asked Symoné, to cheers from the audience? “Wh… The post Raven Symoné Puts Rick Santorum in a Corner on Marriage, Gay Parenting: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Panti dominated Dublin's gay scene long before she became the international marriage equality darling she is today. Drag persona of Rory O'Neill, proprietress of the popular Pantibar, and self-proclaimed 'national fucking treasure,"Show More Summary
The life of Ireland's marriage equality heroine hits the big screen next month. read more
The View co-host Raven-Symoné, who considers herself a "part of the gay and transgender community," was eager on Tuesday to challenge GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum on why he remains against equal marriage rights for same-sex couples even after the issue was settled by the Supreme Court.
Here's an uncomfortable reminder that, although Pope Francis might be remarkably liberal for a Pope, that's really not saying much.
The Kentucky clerk who believes her personal beliefs are more important the marriage equality decree issued by the Supreme Court has reportedly had a super secret meeting with Pope Francis while he was in Washington D.C. And did this pope--who...
Pope Francis met privately with renegade Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis when he was in the U.S. last week, according to her lawyers from the right-wing group Liberty Counsel. The pope, who said little about marriage equality duringShow More Summary
Pope Francis raised eyebrows in Italy on Tuesday by slapping down the left-leaning mayor of Rome as someone who “pretends to be Catholic”. The unforgiving assessment of Ignazio Marino — a man the Italian media love to hate — further heightened tensions between the pope and...
As we prepare to observe LGBT History Month in October and celebrate our achievements, we must also recognize that our movement is about much more than same-sex marriage. True equality also means the fundamental right to sexual health and freedom, and the right to decide whether or when to become a parent. That is why the […]