While we celebrate #5DaysofEquality, the organization Australian Marriage Equality continues to work tirelessly to bring marriage equality to Australia.
GLAAD talked to Alan and Joel Player, the first couple to be married in Canberra, after the Australian Capital Territory legalized marriage equality.
Join thousands of people around the world wishing a happy anniversary to 31 Australian couples who were married one year ago, but had their marriages revoked.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Florida’s motion for stay of an earlier District Court ruling overturning the state’s ban on marriage equality. That means, unless other circumstances intervene, the stay would on January 6th, enabling same-sex couples to apply for marriage licenses at that time.
In 2015 the people of Ireland will be asked to vote on marriage equality. Irish-born actor Colin Farrell is encouraging the people of Ireland to vote in favor.
After a federal judge stuck down South Carolina's ban on marriage equality, state newspapers have now called for the state to stop fighting and begin to enact marriage equality.
A federal judge has stuck down South Carolina's ban on marriage equality. While South Carolina may appeal, it appears unlikely that the decision to strike down the marriage ban will be reversed.
All Access: Freedom To Marry's Marc Solomon talks marriage equality in new book
Claire Pires sat down with Marc Solomon, the National Campaign Director for the organization, Freedom To Marry, to discuss his new book, "Winning Marriage," about the fight for marriage equality.
The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals today upheld anti-gay marriage bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. This is the first federal appeals court ruling that has upheld bans on marriage for same-sex couples. Four other circuits have ruled in favor of marriage equality.
Jeremy Hooper looks at the election results, not to examine which party won or lost, but to find that support for marriage equality continues to hold strong, despite whoever is in power.