On the heels of the Supreme Court decision that brought marriage equality, Arlene Goldberg and her late wife, Carol Goldwasser, officially became the first same-sex couple whose marriage is respected by the state.
GLAAD interviewed Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon minutes after Colleen and her fiancee Nichols Bleckley filled out a marriage license form and pay their $70 fee and received the first same sex marriage license to be granted in Charleston County.
A court in Charleston, South Carolina, has issued a marriage license to Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon and her fiancé Nichols Bleckley.
The Vatican Synod on Marriage and the Family has broken the silence on LGBT couples and families, with mention by the leaders of the Australian Catholic Marriage and Family Council.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada were unconstitutional.
Following the Supreme Court's denial to hear marriage equality cases, five states' attorneys general, county clerks, and thousands of couples are preparing to mobilize.