While many people rejoiced at the historic Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage across the 50 states, some were unhappy about the decision. Still, that didn't stop one photographer from responding to a hateful message about gay...Show More Summary
This photographer's response to haters has made him a viral sensation for all the right reasons. Like many people on social media, photographer Clinton Brentwood Lee added a rainbow filter to his profile picture in support of gay marriage. Show More Summary
Reacting to the Supreme Court’s ruling allowing same-sex couples to wed, Family Research Council president Tony Perkins warned of dire consequences for the American families, while lying about sodomy laws in the U.S. in order to make his case Speaking with Philip Klein of the Washington...
The Supreme Court made history on Friday, that much is clear. What may be less clear, especially for those who do not support same-sex marriage, is that the 5-to-4 majority opinion written by Justice Anthony Kennedy, merits celebration even by those who don't agree with the conclusion reached....
Gay pride parades around the nation had a little something extra to celebrate this weekend after the Supreme Court ruled on Friday to legalize gay marriage in all 50 states. In San Francisco, the Pride Parade lasted for more than six hours. Show More Summary
My journey toward being an unapologetic supporter of marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples began in the fall of 2011 when I requested a meeting with a lesbian couple who had joined our church. I noticed they had joined on separate Sundays so as to appear not to be together, and I wanted to extend myself so they would know that I welcomed them as their pastor.
Last week, the Supreme Court reached a decision to support gay marriage nation-wide. Many tech companies in California exploded in cheer. For example, Snapchat added gay-pride filters to its app, and Uber changed car icons on its maps to rainbows. Show More Summary
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said this morning that he believes that the Republican Party should change its official position on gay marriage. The current GOP platform affirms the party’s support for a Constitutional amendment...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court delighted gay-rights advocates on Friday when it legalized same-sex marriage throughout the US. The court's decision comes at a time when support for gay marriage is at an all-time high, and it follows a dramatic shift in public opinion on the emotionally charged issue in a relatively short period of time. Show More Summary
Yesterday was a historic day for the United States, and I was as delighted as everyone else I know. I’ve supported gay marriage since the mid-1990s, when as a teenager, I read Andrew Hodges’ classic biography of Alan Turing, and burned with white-hot rage at Turing’s treatment. In the world he was born into—our world, […]
April DeBoer wrapped her arms around her partner Jayne Rowse as they locked their eyes on giant screen erected in the LGBT community center in the heart of Ann Arbor in their home state of Michigan. Around them, a crush of supporters in multicolored shirts chatted in hushed tones, awaiting the Supreme Court's historic decision on the couple's case. Show More Summary
From renaming an ice cream flavor to flying the gay movement’s rainbow flag, many American corporations celebrated Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage and said it made good sense for their businesses. The broad support for the ruling from corporate leaders...
The host of ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ went after the GOP presidential candidates for not supporting the SCOTUS gay marriage ruling, and also Bristol Palin for her pregnancy.
Online video platforms YouTube and Vimeo have long stood as staunch supporters of the LGBT rights movement, and in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide, both sites have taken a moment to reaffirm...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton applauded the Supreme Court ruling that legalizes gay marriage, putting out a statement Friday praising the gay rights activists who “sacrificed so much for this victory.”
President Barack Obama responded Friday to the Supreme Court's 5-4 favorable ruling legalizing gay marriage, saying that the decision was "a victory for the allies and friends and supporters who spent years, even decades working and praying for change to come."
The New Republic calls it "the most powerful paragraph" in today's Supreme Court decision in support of gay marriage, Sarah Kliff at Vox says it stands out as a "moving piece of writing," especially for a judicial decision, and Josh Greenman of the Daily News tweets simply, "This is a...
What Scripture stats reveal about evangelicals' shifting rhetoric. A recent New York Times feature discussed how evangelicals interpret a few Bible passages in support of or against same-sex marriage. The pro-con format of the TimesShow More Summary
Over the past weeks and months, Glenn Beck has been making dire predictions about what will happen to America if the Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage nationwide, even while claiming to personally support LGBT rights. Now that his nightmare has become reality Beck was at it again Friday morning.
Most Americans now support gay marriage -- but for a majority, the Supreme Court's decision to legalize it nationwide is a symbolic victory. For some lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender couples and their loved ones, though, the decision will have immediate consequences. Show More Summary