The Supreme Court’s latest LGBTQ+ rights case: what to know about 303 Creative v. Elenis
303 Creative v. Elenis came to the Supreme Court from the 10th Circuit Appellate Court and was argued before the bench in the October 2022-2023 term. With the court expected to issue its ruling in June 2023, here is what you need to know about the case.
A historic case for marriage equality in India begins
The Indian Supreme Court’s hearing into a number of petitions seeking marriage equality for same-sex couples has entered its second day on Wednesday, April 19. With the eyes of the world on this case, the hearings are being live-streamed globally.
Pennsylvania state legislators introduce bipartisan marriage equality bill
Marriage equality in Pennsylvania could be receiving reinforced protections in the coming months, thanks to a bipartisan bill introduced the week of April 10.
How to celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility
Each year on March 31, we celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility, a day dedicated to honoring trans identity, raising awareness of discrimination faced by the global trans community and recognizing the societal contributions of trans folks throughout history.
Marriage equality in India is about to see a landmark case
The decades-long fight for marriage equality in India still marches on. In a landmark case, the Indian Supreme Court is set to meet April 18, when they will decide on the issue of legally recognizing same-sex marriage.
We need to talk about the future of marriage equality in Tennessee
Marriage equality is under attack in Tennessee. On Monday, March 6, the state’s House of Representatives passed House Bill 878, a bill including an amendment that would allow county clerks to deny marriage licenses to LGBTQ+, interfaith or interracial couples in Tennessee.
Drag bans aim to kill queer joy and reveal deeper dangers for LGBTQ+ people
Drag performers’ ability to work–to be themselves–is in danger. And you’re right to not only be livid, but also awe-struck that such a critically important art form for the queer community could be seen as anything but glorious.
The Church of England’s recent vote to bless (but not marry) LGBTQ+ couples won’t erase its legacy of homophobia and racism
Earlier this month, the Church of England voted to offer blessings to same-sex couples. But no amount of political posturing will take away from the fact that its very existence, as it stands, cannot coexist with truly affirming LGBTQ+ practices.
Who said what about LGBTQ+ issues during the first 2020 Democratic presidential debate—and who stayed silent
The four hours of the first Democratic presidential debate among 20 candidates focused heavily on issues of immigration, health care, corporate power and climate change. But there were several LGBTQ+ moments as well.
Marriage proposal at the Riverside Women’s March
This couple celebrated love, equal rights and their ability to marry with a marriage proposal at the Riverside Women’s March on January 21, 2017.
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Same-Sex Couples Still Fighting for Marriage Licenses — UPDATED
[dropcap letter=”I”]n the weeks following the historic Obergefell v Hodges Supreme Court marriage equality ruling on June 26, Probate Courts and County Clerk offices…
The Historic Road to Marriage Equality
Whether you use the term “marriage equality” or the more colloquial “gay marriage,” the fight for legal recognition for same-sex relationships has gained speed of…
The Pope Takes a Stand for Gay Rights
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