GLAAD is adding its voice to the growing chorus asking Irish citizens to vote yes for marriage equality. With a new video, posted to the Irish marriage equality web site, www.votewithus.org, GLAAD's president and CEO, Sarah Kate Ellis, urged a yes vote for marriage equality on May 22.
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The Governor of Puerto Rico and his administration decided to no longer defend the marriage equality ban. Advocate Pedro Julio Serrano from Puerto Rico Para Tod@s reacts.
Earlier this month, dozens of amici briefs were filed to the U.S. Supreme Court urging the court to rule in favor of marriage equality.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) has become the latest church to approved marriages for same-sex couples. The Presbyterian Church, USA now holds that marriage is between “two persons” rather than “a man and a woman.”
With global support, determination, and a little luck, Ireland can achieve marriage equality history by this spring. And it will take all of us to make it happen.
Slovenia has become the 21st nation, and the first Central European country, to grant full marriage rights to all of its citizens.
New online campaign attempts to persuade Irish voters to vote in support of marriage equality in the upcoming referendum on May 22.
In a short and touching video, two young girls from Scarsdale, New York, courageously promote the cause for marriage equality.
Today, USA Today published an op-ed by Attorney General Eric Holder, noting that the Department of Justice will be filing a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court, opposing statewide bans on marriage equality as a violation of equal protection.