NOM's obvious (and growing) desperation will alienate far more than their new shotgun approach to the marriage fight could ever hope to recruit.
The World Congress of Families, an international "super team" of anti-LGBT and conservative activists, is hosting a "Life, Family, and Freedom Conference" in the city of Melbourne. This event has sparked local protests because of WFC's radical global agenda as well as the fact that the conference has managed to book actual figures from Australian government to attend.
Since the shooting of Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager from Ferguson, Missouri, we've seen a fair amount of commentary about the community and racism in America. GLAAD has been lifting up black LGBT leaders who have been speaking out.
People are lining up outside of the 7th Circuit Court in Chicago for hearings in two cases on marriage equality. The cases challenge Indiana and Wisconsin's marriage bans.
NOM's recent associations have demonstrated just how little NOM's top brass cares about seeming mainstream or actually "winning" much beyond their next paychecks. It also strengthens my hypothesis that this organization is now run by a covert pro-LGBT mole in socially conservative drag.
After greeting cards celebrating same-sex marriage were stocked on the shelves of the Brigham Young University (BYU) bookstore Tuesday, they were promptly removed.
A federal judge in Tallahassee, Florida, has joined the previous rulings of the judges in four counties in declaring the state's ban on marriage equality unconstitutional.
As the summer draws to a close and the feeling of fall is in the air, whether you are in the closet, have recently co