In preparation for 2016, a rundown of the LGBT equality platform from the 2012 GOP Presidential hopefuls
Following the Supreme Court’s June ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act, the Department of Defense has been working to update its systems to ensure it treats same-sex marriages equally, as required by the ruling.
As early as September, members of the military who are legally married to a spouse of the same sex will be able to claim the same Federal benefits which other married couples are entitled to.
On this day of celebrations for marriage equality, Heather N. wants to make sure people understand there is still work to be done.
A major victory for equality has been won today.
As the Supreme Court deliberates and millions of people show support for marriage equality, what more can we do beyond the red equal sign avatar?
In the DOMA and Prop 8 hearings, Justice Scalia has questioned whether its safe for children to be raised by same-sex parents; he should be careful what he wishes for.
Justice Kagan shoots a hole in the central premise of DOMA… courtesy of its authors.
There are 9 states and the District of Columbia that have legalized gay marriage, and 38 states that have legislation that bans it.
When it comes to marriage equality, Gregory McVey-Russell urges us to not only think of the children but to listen to them.
The Justice Department’s legal brief says, “Moral opposition to homosexuality, though it may reflect deeply held personal views, is not a legitimate policy objective that can justify unequal treatment of gay and lesbian people.”
Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian said, “I knew that things were changing in this country.”
Panetta said, “It is a matter of fundamental equity that we provide similar benefits to all of those men and women in uniform who serve their country.”
No military family, whether hetero- or homosexual should be denied benefits because of outdated regulations.