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What's next for marriage equality in Utah?
While just weeks ago Utah's ban on marriage equality was
Mark Zmuda, the former vice principal of Eastside Catholic school in Sammamish, was fired after school officials found out he had married his husband. One of Zmuda's former students released a video where Zmuda states he was told he could keep his job if he got a divorce.
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay, halting marriage equality in the state of Utah.
Bing, the Microsoft-owned search engine, released an ad this week devoted entirely to "Heroic Women of 2013." LGBT women and their allies are abound in the video.
"In 2013, the world searched for…", the ad begins. What the people of the world found was "new beginnings," and "inspiration," in the form of the LGBT community, its milestones, and its allies.
A federal judge has struck down Utah's marriage ban on marriage equality, saying it is unconstitutional.
Rev. Frank Schaefer was found "guilty" of performing his son's wedding to another man by the United Methodist Church and given a 30-day suspension, at the end of which he was given the choice to renounce his ministry to the LGBT community or to be defrocked.
Marriage equality has yet to be made legal in 34 states. This holiday season, GLAAD has launched "Our Only Wish" campaign so you can tell those states' governors exactly what's on the top of your wish list—full equality for LGBT people and their families.
Last month, Lisa Dumaw and Therese Pieper traveled from their home in Colorado to New York to be legally married as Lisa was battling cancer. We are saddened to share that Lisa lost her battle with cancer and passed away on December 11.