As Chick-fil-A’s corporate foundation came under heavy criticism last year for its long record of anti-LGBT behavior, the company attempted to distance itself from its political record, claiming it intedend “to leave the policy debate over same-sex marriage to the
Dozens of Baton Rouge’s elected officials and business and religious leaders will soon receive the same DVD in the mail: an 18-minute excerpt of a documentary titled “The Inclusion Illusion — One Baton Rouge.”
Out gay councilman Chris Seelbach and others withdrew from the Cincinnati Parade when ...
Lynda Topp, one half of the iconic Kiwi comedy country-singing duo the Topp Twins, married her partner of seven years, Donna Luxton, at their lodge in the small South Canterbury town of Staveley, on March 9.
A series of controversial episodes have made one of the highest-profile leagues in professional sports a focus of a larger public debate about equal rights.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner said on Sunday he cannot imagine ever supporting gay marriage even though Senator Rob Portman, his friend and fellow Ohio Republican,
WASHINGTON -- No Democratic attorney general in a state that prohibits same-sex couples from marrying has signed onto a legal filing asking the Supreme Court to uphold California's constitutional ban on gay marriage.
LifeWay Christian Resources, a research, publishing, and church-supplies group affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention, has a new survey out indicating widespread support for LGBT rights among the U.S. population
(KUTV) Gays and lesbians along with civil rights groups and state lawmakers gathered on the front steps of the State Capitol Wednesday evening, raising awareness for a failed anti-discrimination bill. "I'm glad to be standing in the right place
From opinion polls to popular votes, support for marriage equality has never been stronger, and the latest commercial for Microsoft Outlook, which features a lesbian couple on their wedding day, is a reflection of that cultural shift.