Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who has adamantly refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples despite multiple orders to do so, has a supporter in fellow Kentucky clerk Casey Davis, who's biking across the state in solidarity.
Mike Huckabee called a Kentucky clerk who is refusing to issue gay marriage licenses Wednesday to offer his prayers and support for "not abandoning her religious convictions." The Supreme Court turned away a request by Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis to be excused from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, but the clerk continues to refuse to […]
As marriage equality opponents rallied in support of defiant county clerk Kim Davis, protesters chanted outside the courthouse where two gay couples were turned away. read more
Despite Church teachings, Catholics in America closely parallel the general populace in their support for abortion and homosexual 'marriage.'
After winning support for gay marriage through the image of the monogamous same-sex couple, a coalition of LGBT groups has released a joint statement in solidarity with Amnesty international's recent support for decriminalizing prostitution.
Abbott says about 60 Coalition MPs support existing position as 30 call for conscience vote.
It couldn't be any more clear that it's time for change in Australia.
First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a 2,600-member congregation, may depart from Presbyterian Church (USA) over the denomination's increasing acceptance of homosexuality.
Many supporters of same-sex marriage are still wary of surrogacy. It’s one thing to allow for these couples to marry. It’s another thing to create a market for children.
Bob Dixon (R) announced his run for Missouri governor saying he had “spent almost 23 years as a strong supporter of traditional marriage” but neglected to mention that he “once lived as a gay man until a spiritual epiphany turned [....
Actor Colin Farrell has been vocal in his support for marriage equality, and his gay brother Eamon, since last year when he penned a moving open letter, stating: “How often do we get to make history in our lives? Not just personal history. Show More Summary
This seems... dubious. Republican Missouri state senator threw his hat into the ring on Monday, announcing his run for the governorship by citing — among other things — his “23 years as a strong supporter of traditional marriage.” According...Show More Summary
A Republican Missouri state senator threw his hat into the ring on Monday, announcing his run for the governorship by citing — among other things — his “23 years as a strong supporter of traditional marriage.” According to the Riverfront Times, what State Senator Bob Dixon...
It’s old news that Jimmy Carter believes Jesus would support gay marriage and some abortion. But Fox News? Well, Carter doesn’t like that. Earlier this week, NY Times reporter Philip Galanes sat down for lunch with the former president...Show More Summary
The Michigan ministers officiated the same-sex wedding of a fellow pastor forced to resign last week because he is gay. read more
Despite the recent discouraging poll from the AP, a new poll from Gallup finds that, in the wake of Obergefell, public support for gay marriage is holding strong at about 60%. The new poll shows that 58% of voters support gay marriage. This figure is… The post POLL: U.S. Support for Gay Marriage Stable After SCOTUS Ruling appeared first on Towleroad.
Jared Milrad and Nathan Johnson, the gay couple featured in Hillary Clinton's video presidential campaign announcement to show her support for marriage equality, tied the knot over the weekend. Clinton did not attend. The two were wed...Show More Summary
In the wake of last month's Supreme Court ruling establishing same-sex marriage as a nationwide constitutional right, critics and supporters of...
A new AP-GfK Poll released Saturday indicates the gay marriage debate is far from over. The survey conducted from July 9-13 shows support for gay marriage in America has slipped to 42 percent, with 40 percent opposing, and 18 percent taking no position on the controversial issue. Along these lines, only 39 percent of those polled supported the recent Supreme Court ruling.
Most Americans would support imposing a term limit on the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices, who now serve for life, a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll has found in the aftermath of major rulings by the court on Obamacare and gay marriage.Show More Summary