Inequality draped in a rainbow flag is still inequality. LGBT justice is bound up with justice for the people exploited by LGBT corporate donors.
Seven states are queued up to fully recognize same sex marriage in 2013. It could be the tipping point.
Over the last two decades, support for same-sex civil marriage grew rapidly, from only 12% in 1988 to 53% in 2012. Here's 12 more states that are moving to the right side of history.
Never before has the U.S. government defended LGBT people in the highest court of the land. That will soon change.
This weekend when an investor tried to argue that Starbucks’ support for gay marriage was hurting business, CEO Howard Schultz made it clear this was an issue he wasn't going to back down on.
While most Americans are embracing LGBT rights, here are the 5 states that are lagging behind in the civil rights issue of our era.
Evangelical pastor Jim Wallis has reverse his stance on gay marriage — and if the statistics are any indication, more Christians are sure to follow.
The Boy Scouts of America has delayed its vote to repeal the ban on gay members until May – but they're not the only organization holding back gay rights.