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Cara Delevingne: “Everyone Has a Right To Be Whoever They Want to Be"

Cara Delevingne, whose first leading role will be in the upcoming Paper Towns, talked about sexuality and same-sex marriage at the Australian premiere of the film. “I’ve been pretty open about myself from the beginning. I think it’s wonderful that you know, it’s being accepted more and more,’ she told Daily Mail… » 7/05/15 7:45pm 7/05/15 7:45pm

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… » 7/01/15 3:00pm 7/01/15 3:00pm

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… » 6/29/15 3:30pm 6/29/15 3:30pm

Lindsey Graham: GOP Should Change Its Position on Gay Marriage 

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said this morning that he believes that the Republican Party should change its official position on gay marriage. The current GOP platform affirms the party’s support for a Constitutional amendment that defines marriage “as the union of one man and one woman.” But Graham is a… » 6/28/15 12:00pm 6/28/15 12:00pm

Texas County Clerk Refuses Gay Marriage Licenses, Just to Be a Dick

A county clerk in Texas is refusing to issue gay marriage licenses, and pretending like she has a good reason. Denton County Clerk Juli Luke issued two statements today, the first saying that she’s refusing to issue the licenses because state law now conflicts with federal law, and the second claiming that actually… » 6/26/15 5:50pm 6/26/15 5:50pm

Internet Absolutely Losing Its Shit Over SCOTUS Gay Marriage Ruling

If you haven’t yet seen the news, it’s a great day for the gay community and an awful one for homophobes: the Supreme Court of the United Stated legalized gay marriage in all of the land! In honor of the ruling, here are some of the fantastic and touching reactions of Americans on the internet. » 6/26/15 2:30pm 6/26/15 2:30pm

Couple Forced to Divorce Because Gays Are Ruining Their Marriage

Well, the rumors are true: Gay marriage will ruin the sanctity of straight marriage. Need proof? Meet an Australian couple who are threatening to divorce if gays get the right to marry. Nick and Sarah Jensen believe that once those heathen gays can vow everlasting love to each other (and get equal rights), their own… » 6/10/15 2:00pm 6/10/15 2:00pm

Gay Couple Who Were Once ‘Father and Son’ Finally Marry

A gay couple who went through an adoption process in order to have certain legal rights were finally able to marry after being together for more than fifty years. While living in New York City in 1994, Norman MacArthur, 74, and Bill Novak, 76, were registered as domestic partners. In 2000, they moved to Erwinna,… » 5/28/15 10:30pm 5/28/15 10:30pm

Mumbai Mom Posts India's First-Ever Gay Marriage Ad for Her Son

Gay marriage is not only illegal, it’s criminalized in India. But that didn’t stop one mother of a human rights activist from posting an ad in the paper seeking an arrangement for her son, who she was worried might be lonely after she was gone. The groom’s now got six offers; he wants much, much more. » 5/21/15 2:00pm 5/21/15 2:00pm

Anti-Gay Senator's Wife Says She Was Fired From a Job She Wasn't Offered

Have you ever had a dream about a job interview so realistic that you wake up thinking you’ve gotten an offer? This may be the trickery at work in the case of Leslie Díaz, wife of “conservative Democrat” and anti-gay New York state Senator Rubén Díaz, who says Leslie is now “unemployed” thanks to his political beliefs.
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Irish Religious Leaders Prepare For Historic Gay Marriage Vote

On May 22, the Republic of Ireland will be making a historical vote on the legalization of gay marriage. A poll from The Irish Times suggests more votes are in favor of the measure at 58 percent, while the opposed are at 25 percent and with 17 percent were undecided. If passed, the rights of gay married couples will… » 5/17/15 7:05pm 5/17/15 7:05pm