In an overwhelming 3-1 vote, the Presbyterians have just opened the way to conducting gay weddings.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania will issue a ruling today on whether the state gay marriage ban is constitutional.
A new book has the “definitive account” of the gay marriage battle over the last 5 years. And gets it all wrong.
Lawyer Charles Cooper is helping his gay daughter plan her wedding, says his views on marriage are now “evolving.”
WWJD? He wouldn’t try to convince his attackers that he was really straight.
Prop 8 was an exceptionally vicious move, and lie-ladened campaign, intended to repeal 18,000 gay marriages.
At midnight, England time (8pm Eastern US), gay marriage became legal in England, and the weddings have commenced.
Firefox parent-company Mozilla has hired a new CEO who donated $1,000 to the anti-gay Prop 8 in California.
Brendan Eich donated $1,000 to the Proposition 8 campaign that successfully repealed gay marriage in California.
In a poll among doctors who tend to skew conservative, four out of five supported gay parenting.
Politically and strategically, the Supreme Court’s ruling in Windsor is appearing more brilliant by the day.
Members of Parliament voted 105 to 18 in favor of the new law.
After over 1,000 gay weddings have already taken place, the cat’s a bit out of the bag on that one.