To give an accurate representation of where people of faith stand on marriage equality, let's look at some of the major denominations that support scouts for a quick recap. GLAAD has created a handy graphic that shows which denominations support inclusive scouting for all.
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I received a tip from a GLAADblog follower about a statement posted by KRXQ radio host Rob Williams
GLAAD just posted a recap of its activity relating to KRXQ and its offensive comments against transgender children.
On May 28, the "Rob, Arnie and Dawn in the Morning" show aired a highly offensive segment that caused a lot of shock
On May 28, KRXQ radio hosts Rob Williams and Arnie States spent more than 30 minutes making dehumanizing and defamat
Today, GLAAD has received confirmations from three different companies pulling their advertising contracts from KRXQ
More great news from America’s Heartland!
With a clear invitation to gay Mormons to “stay with us,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints today launched a new website aimed at providing “greater sensitivity and better understanding” among Latter-day Saints with regards to same-sex attraction.
From a late-2012 San Francisco perspective, Any Day Now and In the Family feel profoundly anachronistic.
A new poll suggests that a majority of Illinoisans support same-sex marriage. Public Policy Polling (PPP) has released a poll that suggests that Illinois voters favor same-sex marriage 47/42, and that support increases among younger voters and voters of color.
Hundreds of same-sex couples are getting ready to be welcomed at Seattle City Hall on Sunday to get married after many obtained their marriage licenses in Washington state early Thursday.
With hugs and happy tears warming a normally bureaucratic transaction, gay couples flocked to courthouses to receive marriage licenses Thursday morning, the first day they were available after voters upheld Maryland's law allowing same-sex weddings in November.
A fundraiser put on by heavyweights in Los Angeles' liberal-leaning environmental community should have been a tough crowd for Kevin James. If elected, James would make history as the first gay mayor of Los Angeles.
For the year since she married her partner, waitress Cynthia Landis has legally been a Landis. It’s the name on her Social Security card, her District of Columbia marriage certificate and her Virginia driver’s license. But the state of West Virginia won’t recognize it.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) and his wife are planning to welcome close to 200 supporters of same-sex marriage to the governor’s mansion Friday night to celebrate the arrival of gay nuptials in the Free State.