Sebastian Gorka Is Worried That Mr. Ratburn's Gay Wedding Will Destroy Society
"This is a war for our culture,” Gorka said on his radio show, “America First."
President of gay sex app isn’t so sure about that whole gay marriage thing
The CEO of the app's main competitor jumped in right away
Kim Davis, anti–gay marriage Kentucky clerk who took her talents to Romania, just lost her re-election bid
She became a martyr figure to the religious Right after refusing to validate gay marriage licenses.
“Biblical Basis for War": Washington politician's manifesto suggests supporters of abortion and gay marriage be killed
The four-page document, called the “Biblical Basis for War,” which includes 14 sections on how Biblical war can and would unfold.
This European Country Is Voting to Block Gay Marriage—Probably Forever
In October, Romania will hold a referendum to change its constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman only.
5 ways Trump’s Supreme Court pick could reshape America
Without Justice Kennedy, the Supreme Court could shift on issues like abortion, gay rights, and the death penalty.
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Costa Rica's new president is a fiction novelist who promises to legalize gay marriage
Carlos Alvarado Quesada, 38, unexpectedly won the country’s presidential runoff on Sunday.
Justice Kennedy can't make up his mind about gay wedding cakes
Justice Anthony Kennedy, the Supreme Court’s longtime swing vote, seemed especially torn on Tuesday about whether a religious Colorado baker should have to make a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage.
Australia's Gay Marriage Win Proves How Important It Is to Get Everyone to Vote
Over seven million Australians voted “Yes” for marriage equality after a nationwide campaign mobilization.
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Kim Davis Is Crusading Against Gay Rights in Romania Now
The Kentucky county clerk wants to persuade the country to amend its constitution to explicitly ban same-sex marriage.
Wedding Photos of the Lesbian Couple Getting Married in 24 Countries
As part of a performance art piece, Fleur Pierets and Julian P. Boom are getting married in every country where same-sex marriage is legal. Broadly joined the couple at their first wedding in New York, where they kicked off their 18-month project.
Why Queer Couples Don't Marry as Young as Straights
The wedding industry, like society at large, is plagued with systemic discrimination that makes it harder for LGBTQ people to say "I do."