The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday ruled that Virginia's ban on marriage for same-sex couples is unconstitutional.
GLAAD's Jeremy Hooper gets into some of the nitty gritty of former "ex-gay" activist Yvette Cantu Schneider's work, her feelings toward the anti-LGBT movement, and what she has to say to those who she might have hurt.
Florida became the latest state to have a judge strike down the ban on marriage equality.
Portland day laborer group loses Catholic charity grant because of ties to pro marriage-equality Latino organization
Portland day laborer group loses $75,000 grant from a Catholic charity because of ties to a pro marriage-equality Latino organization.
Approximately fifty Methodist clergy have filed a complaint against 36 pastors for jointly blessing a same-sex union.
A federal judge ruled that Colorado's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. The decision has been stayed.
A new Politico article details how the tides are shifting towards support and equality among Evangelicals regarding their views on being gay.
Utah's Attorney General, Sean Reyes, has announced his office will appeal the 10th Circuit Court’s decision last month upholding marriage equality to the U.S. Supreme Court. That circuit decision found that any state ban on marriage equality violated the Fourteenth Amendment rights of same-sex couples to equal protection and due process. It was the first circuit ruling against marriage bans.
In the strong religious disputes over marriage equality, many claims arise that these issues cause schisms within congregations and split up religious communities. How accurate are these speculations? A recent Huffington Post article takes up the question and congregates the scholarly research on the subject, and concludes that, actually, debates involving marriage equality and issues of sexuality affect local congregations very little.