Today, U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder, announced that the federal government will recognize the marriages of same-sex couples performed in six states that recently enacted marriage equality.
Tampa, St, Petersburg, Orlando, and Miami Beach all file joint amicus Brief in support of the plaintiffs suing for same-sex marriage. Many popular LGBT towns are also joining to show their support Wilton Manors, Biscayne Park which is in Miami-Dade County, also the government of Broward County who had approved a same-sex marriage resolution in June.
Jeremy Hooper takes a look at how marriage equality is slowly advancing with decreasing fanfare and opposition.
Park Won-son, mayor of Soul, expressed his hopes for South Korea to become first Asian country to allowing same-sex marriage.
Catholic LGBT advocates see a shift in the way that the church talks about LGBT people and their relationships during the Extraordinary Synod on Marriage and Family.
Frank Schubert is seeking a political wedge or scandal that he thinks will help him score political points against the marriage equality movement by making comparisons to make it seem like there is going to be a more controversial element to come
On the heels of the Supreme Court decision that brought marriage equality, Arlene Goldberg and her late wife, Carol Goldwasser, officially became the first same-sex couple whose marriage is respected by the state.
A court in Charleston, South Carolina, has issued a marriage license to Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon and her fiancé Nichols Bleckley.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada were unconstitutional.