After a string of defeats in recent years from California to Maine, the movement to legalize same-sex marriage is hoping its unexpected victory in New York will revive efforts to legalize gay weddings around the nation.
In a major policy reversal, the Obama administration said Wednesday it will no longer defend the constitutionality of a federal law banning recognition of same-sex marriage.
The inspiring story of Constance McMillen, a gay teen who fought to take a same-sex date to her Mississippi prom, is being turned into a television movie.
“It gets better.” That’s the message Dan Savage wants to send to LGBT and questioning youth in America who are being bullied, with the launch of a YouTube channel to which he hopes people will contribute.
The office of the Press Secretary at the White House has released a proclamation in which President Obama declares June as LGBT Pride Month.
US House voted to let the DOD repeal the ban on gay and bisexual people from serving openly in the military, a major step toward ending “don’t ask, don’t tell.”
For the first time in history, the Census will count both unmarried same-sex partners and legally married same sex spouses in its survey!
Gays and lesbians who live in states that ban gay marriage like Mississippi are more likely to suffer from alcoholism, mood disorder, or anxiety according to a study by the American Public Health Association.
Merideth Baxter comes out on the Today show.
The Senate passed groundbreaking legislation Thursday that would make it a federal crime to assault an individual because of his or her sexual orientation or gender identity.