Bermuda’s example shows that LGBTQ equality cannot be taken for granted, even within battles we think we’ve won.
Before it was legal for LGBTQ people to commit in the eyes of the law, they adopted one another, took up "Boston Marriages," and otherwise found ways to become more officially partnered.
But he doesn't think that should prevent him from serving on the federal bench.
The wedding industry, like society at large, is plagued with systemic discrimination that makes it harder for LGBTQ people to say "I do."
A contentious divorce in Tennessee has become a political battleground after conservatives filed a motion supporting the denial of custody rights to one of the mothers.