Indisputably, change is a constant force that ceaselessly shapes us as a society: Change makes the tides rise and the leaves turn color; Change brings life into the world and it takes life away. It freed the slaves in our country and gave women the right to vote. And, pretty soon, change will bring marriage equality to all couples.
Popular dating site OkCupid is encouraging Firefox users to drop the browser following news that Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich supported California's anti-gay Prop. 8 ballot measure, which stripped gay and lesbian couples of their ability to get married in the Golden State.
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This afternoon the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit lifted its stay of the Federal District Court decision that found Proposition 8 unconstitutional. The plaintiffs who successfully challenged California’s Proposition 8 in Hollingsworth v. Perry, including Plaintiffs Kris Perry and Sandy Stier, will be the first to marry
Author and GLAAD friend Lesléa Newman reflects on the historic Supreme Court rulings regarding DOMA and Prop 8.
One couples tells GLAAD (and all of New York) what getting married and having it recognized means to them.
Just as LGBT organizations joined the nation's other advocates for full equality in expressing outrage at the Supreme Court's striking down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act, response to Wednesday's rulings in support of marriage equality was not limited to LGBT advocacy organizations.
June 26th 2013, marked a major milestone in the movement for full LGBT equality, Prop 8 and Section-3 of DOMA were both overturned.