Mayor Chris Coleman renaming the Wabasha Bridge the Freedom to Marry Bridge to show solidarity for the state's marriage equality bill expected to pass this week.
Republicans and conservatives still hate gay marriage, but the rest of America's on board in support of legalization.
With same-sex marriage victories in three states this week, it's tempting to think that homophobia and transphobia are fading away. But statistics about homeless LGBTQ youth prove otherwise.
Which states, if given the chance, will drag their feet to the bitter end in the ongoing march towards nationwide marriage equality?
Is homosexuality a choice? See what happens when a question that gay people are often asked is reversed.
No matter what the Supreme Court says, religious people shouldn't have a special right to exclude gay people or anyone else. Discrimination is still discrimination, not "religious freedom."
As Minnesota votes on a marriage equality bill that would make it the 12th state to enact same-sex marriage in the United States, BuzzFeed posted this brilliant GIF.
As the anticipation for the Supreme Court's ruling on California's Proposition 8 builds, it's important to remember those that the marriage equality movement has excluded: trans people.