The social conservative advocacy group Family Research Council has withdrawn its support for a religious freedom bill introduced in Congress last year that aims to protect individuals and institutions from being punished by the federal government over opposition to same-sex marriage.
The latest draft of the Republican Party platform is full of anti-LGBT rhetoric.
If you pick up this Sunday's print edition of The New York Times and thumb through it, you'll find that it features a couple full-page print ads from American Express that show the brand's support for gay marriage. It's no coincidence...Show More Summary
He backed off his early gay rights support. She didnt wave the rainbow flag for marriage until 2013. Looking for a candidate who consistently sides with LGBTs? Not this year.
With the wave of anti-trans bathroom bills and GOP lawmakers vowing to defy last year’s Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide, it may seem clear to most that the Republican party does not support the LGBT community. Nevertheless, Chris Barron, founder of GOProud, is...
By Jesse Singal One of the more interesting public-opinion stories of the last 10 to 15 years has been the rapid explosion in support for gay rights -- Gallup, for example, had support for same-sex marriage at 27 percent in 1996, and all the way up to 60 percent last year. Show More Summary
Bud Light is kicking off Pride Month with a new 30-second spot celebrating same-sex weddings. Unveiled on Wednesday via The Ellen Show's social channels, the new ad is part of Wieden + Kennedy's on-going campaign for the brand, "TheShow More Summary
A high-profile Baptist minister in the U.K. who last week applied to issue same-sex marriage licenses has been criticized by leading American creationist Ken Ham, who called the decision a "flagrant disobedience of God's Word."
Social conservatives are voicing their support for Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore following his suspension for refusing to allow probate judges to issue licenses to same-sex couples.
The Evangelical Christian bakers who turned down an order for a pro-gay marriage cake in Belfast are back in court seeking to overturn a decision that found them guilty of sexual discrimination, arguing that they could not support what they believe is "sin."
Telstra, the largest telecommunication company in Australia, has dropped its public support for legalizing gay marriage in the country, sparking a cultural row and claims the Catholic Church influenced its decision.
Telstra has had a rough week. First, the company winded back its support for same sex-marriage after pressure from the Catholic Church; one of its biggest clients. Then, a Telstra customer service representative identified homosexuality as an “ideology” and not a sexuality during online correspondence with a customer. Show More Summary
Telstra, Australia’s largest telecommunications and media company, has withdrawn its public support for marriage equality after boycott threats from the Catholic Church, the Sydney Star Observer reports: Telstra has been a vocal supporter...Show More Summary
The New York Times can’t get enough of a new study published in Science suggesting door-to-door canvassing can enlighten troglodyte citizens into supporting progressive policies like gay marriage, abortion (alongside Planned Parenthood), and gun control. Show More Summary
Mayors Against Discrimination and Governors against bathroom bills, Bruce Springsteen's message of support for the "freedom fighters" in North Carolina, Rosie's anti-Trump song in the fashion of Rizzo, gay marriage in Colombia and LGBT...Show More Summary
One of Ted Cruz's supporters in Wisconsin once stood up for the idea that gay couples who married in another state should be sent to prison—and be fined hefty sums. Back in 2008, when California legalized same-sex marriage (before Proposition...Show More Summary
In his column for The Washington Post, Steven Petrow highlighted the lack of questions about LGBT equality at the GOP debates. “With not one question about gay issues Thursday, voters might think marriage equality and LGBT non-discrimination are non-issues to this year’s crop of Republican candidates,” he wrote. Show More Summary
We all love Ben and Jerry's for all the good they've done for our planet. They've phased out ingredients with GMOs, they've gotten the Fair Trade USA seal of approval, they're making vegan ice cream now, they support gay marriage, and they've even made a flavor for Bernie Sanders. Show More Summary
A conservative pundit who supports same-sex marriage stated that liberals could never have a civil discussion on the debate over marriage definition.
The Episcopal Church's Presiding Bishop Michael Curry told the denominational leadership they must "take Gospel high ground" following last month's Anglican Primate vote suspending the Church for its support of gay marriage.