Break out the rainbow celebration chaps: a Federal Judge has ruled that Texas's voter-driven gay marriage ban is unconstitutional. Yee-haw!
Right before Caleb and Candra Pence's outdoor Kansas wedding was set to begin, an ominous wall cloud formed on the horizon. During the ceremony, a tornado snaked toward the ground. But rather than interrupting their nuptials, retreating to the basement, and playing mildewed board games by candlelight for the next…
Lauren and David Blair of Tennessee married in 1984, but they've renewed their vows 99 times since. They now hold the Guinness World Record for "Most Marriage Vow Renewals by the Same Couple," and presumably friends have stopped sending them a kitchen appliance each time. Lauren says, "We knew we were meant for each…
A Texas couple threw tradition, and fears of a robots takeover, to the wind by having a virtual minister preside at their wedding on Saturday. Miguel Hanson and Diana Wesley met on the Sweet on Geeks dating site and Hanson is a web developer and IT consultant, so when they couldn't find a friend to officiate, Hanson…
As New York approaches a sure-to-be-close vote on marriage equality, one undecided Republican senator put his vote to Twitter. "Opening up the discussion! So, if you were me, how would you vote on gay marriage? Yes or No?" Bigotry: Yay or nay?
Great news, ladies! We've solved marriage!
Thanks to a backlash from congressmen (and four congresswomen), the Navy is backing away from its officer's memo saying that chaplains could perform gay marriages on bases as soon as Don't Ask, Don't Tell's repeal goes into effect.
ProtectMarriage, the group backing California's Proposition 8 limiting marriage to a man and a woman, has asked a district court to overturn Judge Vaughn Walker's ruling against the law.
Funny how these things work. You may recall that the Republican-controlled House conveniently found $500,000 marked "uphold a law that discriminates against gay people" despite President Obama's declining to defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court. That money went to a contact for a law firm, much to Democrats'…
Emboldened by the Obama administration's recent announcement that it will no longer fight for the Defense of Marriage Act, the "Refuse To Lie" campaign is encouraging more married gay couples to file their federal taxes jointly.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is not known for its rapid responsiveness, but that's belied by its announcement recently that same-sex partners of citizens won't automatically be denied green cards, now that the Obama administration has announced it won't fight for the Defense of Marriage Act.
Not long ago, Essence.com featured a lesbian couple in a popular, regular feature on weddings. The response surprised them.