• The Bakery Using Desserts to Give Refugees a Home

    American Baking Company is more than a shop for sweets—it's become a home where immigrants from around the world come together over cupcakes.

  • Can Queer People Change Marriage from the Inside?

    A new book, 'Awakening,' explores the battle for gay marriage equality. Author Nathaniel Frank told us whether queers who warned that marriage meant assimilation were right.

  • Hillary's Tortured Relationship with LGBTs

    Is Hillary Clinton a true LGBT ally? Though the last ten years of her career have been marked with active involvement for LGBT rights, Clinton's history and willingness to pander to what's popular has many in the queer community on edge.

  • We Attended Central Florida's First Legal Gay Marriage Ceremonies

    Florida being Florida, the weddings featured matching white dress suits, Sea World Discovery Cove proposal stories, and conservative protesters.

  • Wanna Get Gay-Married in Oklahoma? Be Part Indian

    On October 10, 2013, Jason Pickel and Darren Black Bear were issued a marriage license by the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes' courthouse. Both Jason and Darren have Native American heritage, one of their tribal court’s requirements.

  • Dread Judges

    The Supreme Court is increasingly politicized and prone to making far-reaching rulings that negate laws passed by Congress. You can call the US a democracy if you like, but most of the important policy choices are made by an unelected council.

  • Don't Celebrate the Gay Marriage Victory with a Wedding of Your Own

    To all my homosexual brothers and sisters: I am cheering with you today. But just because we can get married, doesn't mean that we should. Gay culture is new to legal recognition, so, like our first time getting drunk at a high school...

  • Is DOMA About to Be DOA?

    It seems clear that five justices expressed enough dismay at the federal government’s intrusion into an essential state function that come decision time, DOMA will be DOA. In the long-term jurisprudence of gay marriage, however, the Prop 8 decision...