Rep. Steve Pearce had a theory about marriage equality leading to health care, which he implied was bad.
Will Costa Rica Become the Second Country to Re-Ban Marriage Equality? Though same-sex marriage is legal in Costa Rica, they could soon join Bermuda in re-banning it if the upcoming election is won by the conservatives Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Mardi Gras is on tonight – the first since marriage equality became a reality in Australia. Long-time campaigner Wing Hong Chu shares his thoughts, excitement for the future, and determination to keep fighting for equality everywhere. It still feels so elusively dreamesque that marriage equality has, in fact, been actualized in Australia. A little less than [...]Show More Summary
The practice of taking on a husband's last name after marriage has come under more scrutiny as the focus on gender equality grows. That's because even though, historically, it was never against the law for women to keep their maiden names after marriage, various legal hassles restricted women's ability to choose. Show More Summary
The new iPhone X spot, featuring “Never Tear Us Apart,” celebrates same-sex marriage in Australia
The emotional spot features some of the first gay couples to wed in Australia.
Tell Me How You Really Feel? Pretty great ever since we heard there's a new Courtney Barnett album coming out! While we wait for more new original songs, Barnett has shared a new cover from fellow Australian legends INXS, whose 1987 classic Kick she once performed in full.
Australia reached a milestone moment in December, when the nation's parliament overwhelmingly approved marriage equality after years of resistance from conservatives. It's an issue that has galvanized brands--notably Airbnb, whose Acceptance Ring project last year, by Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, was a creative high point. Show More Summary
The new commercial takes same-sex marriage beyond an election issue to an accepted way of life. What: An iPhone X spot that poignantly celebrates marriage equality down under. Read Full Story
In a new ad made specifically for the Australian market because of the recent passage of marriage equality there, Apple celebrates gay marriages with footage shot exclusively on its iPhone X. RELATED: Australian Parliament Approves Marriage Equality… Read The post Apple Celebrates Marriage Equality in Touching New iPhone X Ad: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Commentary: Australia recently made same-sex marriage legal, so Apple presents some First Dances from the first Australian LGBTQ weddings.
Like a host of other companies, Apple threw its support behind marriage equality in Australia. Now, the tech company has backed it up with a one-minute advertisement titled "First Dance," released on Sunday. It celebrates the first LGBTQ...Show More Summary
The reversal in Bermuda is the first of its kind, and we cannot assume it will be an isolated case.
Boycotting the island for rescinding marriage equality would hurt queer people all over again.
Any institution of marriage involves some kind of inequality. That is, it treats some relationships as fitting objects of religious affirmation, or government support, or what not, while others are not. It is to say that certain relationships rise above the level of mere shackups and hookups, and worthy of some form of community respect. Show More Summary
Cathal O’Hagan Just like there isn’t momentum for a re-prohibition on contraception; or mood for re-implementing a ban on divorce, the penny will soon finally drop that debates over marriage equality and abortion are not the way for churches to regain influence in Ireland. Show More Summary
A group of South Carolina state lawmakers have proposed a new bill to try to circumvent marriage equality and allow discrimination against gay, lesbian, and bi people. It would dub same-sex couples’ marriages “parody marriages,” and its reasoning is incomprehensibly bizarre. According to H. 4949, a “parody marriage” is “any form of marriage that does not […]
What's so remarkable about the episodes is that they feature a bunch of friendly little old ladies welcoming a gay man and his husband into their lives.
Regarding “Seeing Allred” [Feb. 9]: Gloria Allred accepted our marriage case when no LGBT legal organization would. Her firm did it pro bono. They were the first law firm to file in the case that brought marriage equality to California. Gavin Newsom’s same sex marriages in San Francisco were annulled,...
The assault began with contraception, says federal court nominee Gordon Giampetro, who's made other anti-LGBT comments, along with racially incendiary statements.