[Content note: queerphobia, hostility to marriage equality, hostility to reproductive agency] To: The Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, President of the US Council of Catholic Bishops CC: Members of the USCCB BCC: @Pontifex From: AphraShow More Summary
YouTube star Riyadh K., a longtime friend of HRC who helped us share the celebrations in Ireland when marriage equality was passed there, posted a video on his YouTube channel this week that featured his parents talking about their reactions...Show More Summary
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
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 [...]
A year after Ireland became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage, the country celebrated its momentous first anniversary of marriage equality over the weekend. 64% voted in favor of same sex marriage in last year’s referendum. Same-sex mar… Read The post Ireland Is An Epic Emotional Mess On Marriage Referendum Anniversary: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Kim Davis speaks on the latest episode of "Truths That Transform" about how "gays were trying to shove the SCOTUS ruling down her throat."
One year ago today, 62 percent of Irish voters voted ‘yes’ in the first-ever national referendum for marriage equality in the world. Ireland was the 18th country to decide to afford same-sex couples full marriage rights. The referendum...Show More Summary
One year ago tomorrow, over 60 percent of Irish voters voted ‘yes’ in the first-ever national referendum for marriage equality in the world. Since Ireland became the 18th country to decide to afford same-sex couples full marriage rights,...Show More Summary
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
Nearly a year after the Supreme Court's historical ruling on marriage equality, support for same-sex marriage among Americans age 65 and older is at all-time high. A 2016 Gallup poll found that 53 percent of Americans 65 and older say they believe same-sex marriages should be recognized, with the same legal rights as traditional marriages. 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:
One year ago today, LGBT advocates and allies anxiously awaited as Ireland prepared to hold the first-ever national referendum on marriage equality. The referendum, which was held on May 22, 2015, asked voters to approve language that...Show More Summary
This past Sunday, GMHC hosted the 31st Annual AIDS Walk New York in Central Park. To many, it may seem hard to imagine why we need to host things like AIDS Walk; we have marriage equality, and gratefully HIV is no longer a death sentence for most people. Show More Summary
Mexico's President is pushing for marriage equality, what happened at the Dem convention in Nevada, the first openly gay secretary of the US Army, and more. The post Black Trans Woman Assaulted by Guard in DC Restroom, Proving Bathroom Bill Fight Is Far from Over appeared first on Autostraddle.
President Enrique Peña Nieto signed a new initiative that, if Mexico’s congress approves, will legalize same-sex marriage across the country.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announces plans to install marriage equality into the Mexican constitution.
We're still dealing with the simmering resentment over marriage equality, and now the White House's pro-transgender stances are bound to elicit their own angry reactions.
Today, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto submitted an official proposal to Congress which would allow nationwide marriage equality in Mexico. President Nieto announced on Twitter his support for “the right to get married without any...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court is a special place for Greg Bourke and Michael De Leon. The two men were among the plaintiffs in Obergefell v. Hodges, the landmark Supreme Court case that struck down state bans on marriage equality. Thanks to that...Show More Summary
A Kentucky gay couple's headstone was rejected by a Catholic cemetery for its celebratory depiction of marriage equality.