Justice Kennedy Respects Public Officers More Who Resign Over Marriage Equality Objections
“The rule of law is that, as a public official in performing your legal duties, you are bound to enforce the law.” —Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy
Two Views on Same-Sex Marriage in Atlanta, Georgia – VIDEO
Equally Wed is headquartered in Georgia, a state that is lacking in marriage equality. We live in a state where we can still be fired for being gay. Where we…
Michigan Woman Raises Funds for Marriage Equality Case in Response to Indiana’s Homophobic Pizzeria
April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse are a loving lesbian couple from Michigan who have been in a committed relationship for more than 10 years.
One of Nation’s First Traditional Indian LGBTQ Interracial Weddings
Neil Singh and Eli Pew married at the Wedgewood Wedding Banquet in Brentwood, Calif., on Friday, October 10, 2014 in front of 120 guests. The couple chose royal blue and…
Manipulation of Morality: The Religious Right Surrenders to Their Emotions Again
Whether born and raised in a state that still proudly waves confederate flags or one that wields rainbows, we Americans pride ourselves on our belief systems. Throughout our short history,…
The Washington Times is Concerned About Religious Freedom
The Washington Times believes that Arizona’s veto of the religious freedom bill was a bad move, claiming that the LGBT community is waging a war on faith.