Republicans unanimously reaffirmed their total opposition to marriage equality for LGBT couples and their children after religious extremists threatened to launch a third political party.
There are five core social questions the Supreme Court should ask itself as it hears cases on gay marriage. If they can answer "yes" to all of them, then America is ready for gay marriage.
DOMA — and measures like it — are increasingly threatening the very existence of the conservative movement. The last batches of young, educated voters are about to jump ship for good.
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.
The CPAC convention gives white supremacists better hospitality than it gives to LCR and GOProud. That’s just how untouchable gay people still are to other conservatives.
Never before has the U.S. government defended LGBT people in the highest court of the land. That will soon change.
Repealing DOMA would aid military security abroad, and economic security at home, but the Republican Party refuses to consider it.
On Tuesday, the Log Cabin Republicans, an LGBTQ group in the GOP, officially endorsed Mitt Romney's campaign, but a Romney presidency will work against everything the group has been fighting for.
Despite the start of the Supreme Court's new term on Monday, the eight cases about marriage equality on the docket will not yield quick results when it comes to LGBT rights in America.
The success in repealing DADT will aid LGBTQ Americans and their allies in achieving marriage equality, as the ways in which federal law penalizes same-gender couples are revealed.
If fully implemented, the GOP platform would set LGBT rights back 50 years.
Hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer, AQR Capital Management founder Cliff Asness, Yahoo investor Dan Loeb, and more may win over Republican-leaning independent voters.
Today President Obama endorsed same-sex marriage, but why is this being treated as the most important issue of the 2012 election?
2012 will see reinforced White House views on LGBT human rights, growing national turmoil over same-gender marriage, Mitt Romney’s failure to stand up to right-wing evangelicals.
In the second historic reversal in only two weeks, the Roman Catholic church now endorses civil unions in New Hampshire.
These five modest heroes — hailing from the disparate worlds of health, research, law, journalism, and religion each makes unique contributions to LGBT equality.
The 2012 presidential campaign may be the most homophobic in American history, with most Republicans vowing to restrict the rights of LGBT citizens.