The First Gay Marriages in Ireland Have Now Officially Been Performed

Hot on the heels of this morning’s announcement that same-sex marriage is now legal in Ireland, the first gay couple to be lawfully wed has come forward to make their long-term relationship legal. Cormac Gollogly and Richard Dowling have been together for 12 years and couldn’t be happier that their partnership is…

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Notre Dame Student's Argument Against Gay Marriage Proves to World He's Taken Maybe One Philosophy Class

It’s not often that an avowed homosexual—one who has dedicated their life to the craven and often painful act of sodomy—like me puts down their anti-hetero, baby-killing pitchfork and really considers whether same sex marriage is okay, but a letter printed in the Notre Dame/St. Mary’s College Observer by a…

Judge Tells Kentucky Clerk She Has to Issue Marriage Licenses to Gay Couples

Dear elected officials of America: please do your fucking jobs. It’s understandable that having your right to bigotry taken away has caused some hardship, but if a court says you have to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, then you do just that. Especially if your name is Kim Davis and you’ve happily been denying…

SC Attorney General to Pay All Legal Costs in Lost Gay Marriage Case

A federal judge has ordered South Carolina’s Attorney General to take a seat and pay all of the court and legal fees associated with a case challenging the state’s ban on gay marriage. Alan Wilson, the AG who’s now saddled with a whopping $135,000 in legal fees is investigating the ruling to see what his office should…

Episcopalians Voting On Whether Gay Marriage To Be Allowed In Church

Now that gay marriage is legal, churches have to take a long hard look at whether they’re open to holding same sex weddings in their houses of worship. And while no one’s going to force religious figures to perform these marriages against their will, the Episcopalians may be on the track to changing the way they look…

Man Thinks NBC Changed Logo For Gay Marriage, Will Have None Of It

Poor, poor Don Stair. All this Little Rock resident wanted was to live in a world where the media doesn’t cater to the views of one tiny and perverted sexual minority. That’s why he was livid when his NBC affiliate changed the colors of their peacock logo to the rainbow flag to support gay marriage and chose to give…