Same-sex marriage is 17-0 since the Supreme Court struck down DOMA last summer.
An Arkansas state judge struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage Friday. Opponents are calling it "judicial tyranny."
Benefits claims from legally married same-sex couples are being put on hold.
He praises the autocratic Putin because President Obama believes gay Americans and their families should be treated with dignity and respect.
More than 40 percent of lesbian and gay African Americans are raising children. Yet same-sex marriage is outlawed in six of the 10 states with the highest percentage of LGBT African Americans.
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But hundreds of gay couples said their vows after a Friday ruling struck down the state’s gay-marriage ban.
It’s a little something called inter-generational change.
A one-stop shop to keep up on where the fight for same-sex marriage stands.
Ever since the Supreme Court struck down the so-called Defense of Marriage Act, the lower federal courts have been busy.
More confirmation that the new momentum in the marriage equality movement is coming from the unlikeliest of places: the South and West.