Alabama's Homophobia Costs a University $15 Million

A gay couple who are both devoted alumni of the University of Alabama have scrapped their plans to bequeath their multimillion dollar estate to the school. Elliott Mitchell and Clark West, who donated $1 million to the school a decade ago, say they can't support a state institution while a same-sex marriage ban… » 3/17/15 6:00pm 3/17/15 6:00pm

Texas Just Had Its First Legal Gay Wedding, State Still Throwing Tantrum

A legal shot across the bow or a crack in the dam, no matter how you want to describe it in metaphor, the legal marriage of two women in Austin, Texas continues to show that state same-sex marriage bans are just as likely to be ended in "death by a thousand cuts" as they are by one major Supreme Court ruling. » 2/19/15 10:50pm 2/19/15 10:50pm

Tokyo Municipality Plans Vote On Recognition Of Same-Sex Couples

Tokyo's Shibuya ward, a municipality which is part of the larger Tokyo metropolis, is best known for its shopping and having the busiest crosswalk in the world. It is now taking steps to become even more notable: the ward government proposes to issue certificates to same-sex couples which it calls "equivalent to… » 2/12/15 4:00pm 2/12/15 4:00pm

Brave WNBA Stars to Run the Say Yes to the Dress Gauntlet

Tulsa Shock's Glory Johnson is engaged to Phoenix Mercury's Brittney Griner—an engagement between two rival players is a WNBA first—and tonight the two will subject themselves to Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta. » 1/30/15 1:50pm 1/30/15 1:50pm

Jindal 'Not For Discrimination' But Supports Ban On Same-Sex Marriage 

What if the US Supreme Court rules that gay marriage must be legal in all states? Well, Sunday morning Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal went on ABC's "This Week" and told host George Stephanopoulos that if that should that happen he supports a constitutional amendment that would let state legislatures outlaw same-sex… » 1/25/15 3:45pm 1/25/15 3:45pm

State Rep. Sally Kern Back Trying To Destroy LGBT Lives in Oklahoma

Oklahoma's beacon of tolerance, State Rep. Sally Kern filed three separate ridiculously hateful measures targeting the LGBT community on Friday. » 1/24/15 6:45pm 1/24/15 6:45pm

Suze Orman Shows Up to Support Florida Same Sex Weddings 

Despite the wishes of asshole Florida governor Jeb Bush, same-sex couples in Florida flocked to courthouses looking to get married on Tuesday. » 1/06/15 11:33am 1/06/15 11:33am

Jeb Bush Not Happy for Gorgeous, Legally Wedded Lesbians 

Jeb Bush is making all the noises necessary to run for president, which as a Republican nominee means suddenly coming out as sternly anti-gay. In an interview with the Miami Herald this weekend, he said he was disappointed a Florida state court had ruled to allow gay marriage. In 2012, Jeb suggested gay parents could… » 1/05/15 6:00pm 1/05/15 6:00pm

Egyptian Court Reduces Sentences For Men in Gay Wedding Video

Last month, eight men were convicted and sentenced to three years after appearing in a video online that allegedly showed a wedding between two men, one of the most high-profile LGBT-related prosecutions in Egypt in over than a decade. Yesterday, an Egyptian appeals court reduced their sentences to one year. » 12/28/14 12:00pm 12/28/14 12:00pm

​Colin Farrell Pens Heartfelt Pro-LGBT Letter to the People of Ireland

Colin Farrell, one of Ireland's finest exports along with the Cranberries, Tullamore Dew, and the soundtrack to The Departed, has made a very sincere plea to his fellow countryfolk, asking them to vote to legalize same sex marriage in the country. » 11/16/14 2:30pm 11/16/14 2:30pm

Elvis Wedding Chapels in Las Vegas Won't Let Same-Sex Couples Marry

If you are gay and planning to have an Elvis-themed wedding you might want to rethink heading out to Las Vegas. » 10/19/14 10:15pm 10/19/14 10:15pm

Target’s New Ad Features Gay Couple and Their Child

Just over a month after Target signed a legal brief openly supporting same-sex marriage, the retailer dropped a new ad, promoting the Made to Matter, Handpicked by Target collection. The 30-second spot features two dads with a kid, because progress! » 9/17/14 2:15pm 9/17/14 2:15pm

Two Women in Their 90s Wed After Spending Decades Together as a Couple

Vivian Boyack, 91, and Alice "Nonie" Dubes, 90, were a lot of like most couples on the day of their wedding. Giddy, a little nervous and most of all, deeply in love. But things were a little different for them than they are for most of the couples who get married at First Christian Church in Davenport, Iowa. Dubes and… » 9/07/14 10:30pm 9/07/14 10:30pm

Same-Sex Marriages Have Been Blocked in Virginia

All same-sex marriages have been stopped in Virginia as of today. The supreme court is now deciding whether to hear the state's appeal against same-sex marriage and is also considering the question of whether same-sex marriage should be legalized nationwide. CONFIDENTIAL TO SUPREME COURT: HELL YES, IT SHOULD BE. » 8/20/14 8:30pm 8/20/14 8:30pm

Legal Gay Marriage Could Generate Half a Billion Dollars in First Year

Well, this is vindicating: As has been projected for YEARS by same-sex marriage proponents, gay marriage, if legalized, could generate $464 million dollars in state revenue in its first year. And that's just across the 11 states examined in a new Williams Institute study. » 8/14/14 7:45pm 8/14/14 7:45pm

Gay Marriage Ban Can Officially Sniff the Government's Dong, Says Court

A federal appeals court ruled today that same-sex couples must be allowed to wed in the state of Oklahoma, echoing the June 25 decision that found that—since the defeat of DOMA—same-sex marriage is protected by the United States constitution. » 7/18/14 3:15pm 7/18/14 3:15pm

Federal Judge Pulls a Utah, Puts Wisconsin Gay Marriage Ruling on Hold

Just a week after striking down the ban on same sex marriage, US District Court Judge Barbara Crabb ruled yesterday that her previous ruling must be put on hold pending an appeal from Republican Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen. » 6/14/14 12:00pm 6/14/14 12:00pm

Two Women Make History By Getting Married in Arkansas

The state of Arkansas issued the first same-sex marriage license to two women on Saturday, the day after a judge struck down the state's ban on gay marriage. » 5/10/14 5:30pm 5/10/14 5:30pm

States That Hate Gays the Most Also Like Watching Gay Sex the Most

Today in news that will shock no one: according to a leading online pornslinger Pornhub, states that lead the country in watching dudes get it on also lead the country in enacting anti-gay policies. Hating gays is perhaps the gayest thing a person can do. » 3/13/14 7:45pm 3/13/14 7:45pm

How to Avoid Befriending a Bigot

Today's Daily Caller offers a helpful, sneaky workaround to religious nondiscrimination laws that would require the many, many conservative cakemakers and florists among the blog's readership to violate their religious beliefs by getting paid to provide a service to same-sex weddings (which: bad, because: gay). And… » 3/12/14 7:00pm 3/12/14 7:00pm