A new HBO documentary looks at the legal side of the fight for marriage equality in the US.
How should Christians respond to hateful laws towards LGBTQ communities?
The statewide enforcement of the injunction against Prop 8 will remain in place and same-sex marriages will continue without interruption.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld reflects on the past, present and future of the LGBT movement.
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.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) unanimously adopted resolutions against marriage equality on Friday, despite rising support for the idea among voters nationwide.
What can be expected from the DOMA debate in the Supreme Court today?
Want to keep up with the hearings and make sense of what you’re reading? Here are some ways to get started.
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.
Daniel Martinez-Leffew, “articulately spells how his family will be affected if Prop 8 is allowed to stand.”
New Mexico is one of only two states in the US that neither “specifically allows nor explicitly bans” gay marriage.
The argument has been around for at least 10 years, and has been central to almost every same-sex marriage case ever ruled on.
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.”
Tom Gualtieri insists that DOMA and Prop 8 are bias laws without basis in the U.S. Constitution.