NOM's attempts to flout democracy are still illegal, courts find
The National Organization for Marriage, the once-powerful anti-LGBT group who has not had a victory since early 2012, has mostly been in the headlines because of its attempts to withhold donor information from courts.
"License to Discriminate" vetoed in Arizona but still on the table in 7 states
Nearly a quarter of the country have recently considered or are still considering bills similar to the "License to Discriminate" SB 1062 that was vetoed this week by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer.
Court rules trans students can choose bathroom they identify with, sets legal precedent
For the first time in the US, a court ruled it unlawful and a violation of human rights to prevent transgender students from using the bathroom of the gender with which they identify. This decision was reached after a three-year-long case in Maine, filed on behalf of high school girl Nicole Maines, who is trans.
LOOK: 13 Maine Newlywed Couples Describe Each Other in One Word
When marriage equality went into effect on December 29 in Maine, HooplaHa.com asked 13 newlywed same-sex couples to describe each other with one word. See what they came up with!
GLAAD in 2012: A look back
First Marriages in Maine
10 Pro-LGBT Faith Voices of 2012
Are you getting married in Maine? GLAAD wants to hear from you!
If you and your loved one plan to wed on the first days of marriage equality in the state and are open to sharing your love story and wedding plans with the media, GLAAD really wants to hear from you!
Catholic Teen Denied Confirmation for Supporting Marriage Equality
Seventeen-year old Lennon Cihak was denied confirmation after he posted a picture of himself on Facebook holding a sign he altered in support of the vote for marriage equality on Minnesota’s November 6th ballot.