Indiana's Catholic bishops issued a statement regarding the proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage pending in the state legislature, the Indy Star reports: The statement, signed by Indianapolis Archbishop Joseph Tobin (pictured) and Indiana's five bishops, emphasizes the sanctity of...
Getty Images By PHILIP ELLIOTT WASHINGTON -- Students in same-sex marriages will be treated the same as their straight married classmates when it comes to federal college loan applications, Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Friday...Show More Summary
Where countries prohibit homosexuality IT HAS been a bad week for gay rights. An Australian court struck down a recent state law allowing same-sex marriage. In India the Supreme Court upheld an 1860 law that criminalises homosexual acts, overruling a 2009 judgment by a lower court. Show More Summary
Australia’s highest court has struck down a landmark law allowing the country’s first gay marriages. It shatters the dreams of more than two dozen same-sex newlyweds whose marriages will now be annulled less than a week after their weddings.
"I challenge any same-sex marriage activist to take to their blog or to pen an op-ed doubling down on the opinion that what cake decorators and bakers do isn't a form of artistry and doesn't deserve protections as a form of expression!...Show More Summary
The Indiana Catholic Bishops want to ban same-sex marriage, but they claim they also want to respect the dignity of all people. The post Indiana Bishops: Support Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment For The ‘Well-Being Of Children’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Gay rights advocates faced a tough week with rulings from the high courts in Australia and India — both reaffirming bans on same-sex marriage. While the trend is happily moving in the opposite direction, the campaign for marriage equality faced two setbacks in these rulings. In Australia, the decision to allow same-sex marriage in the […]
The National Organization talks and fights against same-sex marriage. In full. In its six years of existence, this organization has never proposed one measure that limits divorce, ensures marital success, or in any way "strengthens" the institution. They have, however,...
by Thaddeus Baklinski CANBERRA, December 12, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - In a unanimous ruling today the Australian High (Supreme) Court stuck down the same-sex "marriage" law passed less than a month ago by the parliament of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The Australian Capital Territory is a statutory territory created…
Jack Phillips is a baker who declined to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple because his Christian belief is that marriage exists only between a man and woman. Now a Colorado judge has ordered him to bake cakes for same-sex marriages, and if Phillips refuses, he could go to jail. Show More Summary
In extremely upsetting and infuriating news, Australia's High Court has overturned ACT's legalization of same-sex marriage.
The North Dakota Attorney General has approved of letting someone still same-sex married in another state to enter into an opposite-sex marriage in North Dakota without divorcing. That person would hypothetically then be in violation of bigamy laws in any state that recognizes same-sex marriage. Show More Summary
The country’s High Court has re-banned same-sex marriage in the Australian Capital Territory read more
A Texas judge has scheduled a February hearing on a demand to temporarily block the state's ban on same-sex marriage. Two same-sex couples from Plano and Austin filed the request for an injunction in November. The case is a part of seven...Show More Summary
It is not a good week for international gays. First India bans gay sex now Australia has overturned a new law that had allowed same-sex couples to marry since Sunday. For those over two dozen couples who tied the knot, their unions will be invalidated. “I don’t want to be unmarried this afternoon,” Ivan Hinton, […]
The Australian Capital Territory's (ACT) same-sex marriage law was struck down by the country's highest court on Thursday and the marriages that had taken place since it went into effect were annulled, the AP reports: The federal government's lawyer had...
Anger on Indian streets as 'unexpected' Supreme court decision reinstates 153-year-old law One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 09:59 ON Thu 12 Dec 2013 AS same-sex couples in the UK contemplate getting married next year the rights of homosexuals...Show More Summary
Australia's highest court has struck down the country's first law allowing same-sex marriages less than a week after the first weddings took place. The court sided with the federal government, which argued that Australian Capital Territory's law was invalid and having different marriage laws in different states and territories would...
( Dr. Al Mohler, President of S B T S: Wikipedia) Here a link to Dr. Albert Mohler’s take on the recent judicial decision ordering a baker in Colorado to make wedding cakes for same-sex marriages. Well worth reading: “A Moral Revolution at Warp Speed—Now, It’s Wedding Cakes” Six months. That’s how long it […]
Dozens of same-sex marriages to be annulled after court finds federal parliament should have final say on the matter.