In what is believed to be a first in South Africa, the small town of KwaDukuza celebrated a very traditional African wedding for a very untraditional couple!
One of the conservative movement’s most outspoken talk hosts has declared victory for the side of gay marriage in the battle over American social issues.
The death of a certain former British Prime Minister causes pandemonium in the gay twitterverse, and more.
There are more than a quarter million immigrants in the United States today that are both LGBT and undocumented.
Kate gives a shout out to Freedom To Marry’s Evan Wolfson in the wake of Supreme Court hearings regarding California’s Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act.
Google’s Sergey Brin is no Steve Jobs. At an impromptu speech at the TED conference, Brin called smart phones “emasculating” in comparison to Google Glass.
Last week, an unruly group of opponents to a proposed same-sex marriage law in France became so out of hand, police used pepper-spray to regain control. Despite protests, the nation is expected to enact gay marriage this year.
“Conservative Icon” Ann Coulter manages to insult the gay community in every possible way: by conflating gays with AIDS, by implying AIDS is a guaranteed result of sodomy, and by saying that gay bars should be shut down as a result. What does this have to do with Big Gulps and hiding cigaretts from view?
As the second day of oral arguments before the Supreme Court begin for gay marriage advocates, GetEqual tells the Justices: “Don’t be on the wrong side of history.”
Last Week, Washington Blade reporter Michael K. Lavers joined the PridePlus Google community live Hangout discussion of this week’s Supreme Court cases taking on Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).