The word “marriage,” as John P. Marquand might have said, is a damnably serious business—particularly when it comes to …
The Human Rights Campaign has been promoting a symbol of equality to mobilize supporters as the Supreme Court begins hearings on gay marriage
Today’s lunch links feature a primer on what to expect in the Supreme Court same-sex marriage case and a new-must read from Buzz Bissinger, about Buzz Bissinger.
Starbucks’ Howard Schultz reaffirmed the company’s support for same-sex marriage, telling shareholders that it’s not an economic decision
In today’s must-read links for your lunch break: Florida Gulf Coast University continues its Cinderella run in the NCAA tournament, and the political debate over gay marriage may have reached its end.
A new survey carried out by Gallup Politics has found that the District of Columbia and the state of Hawaii have the largest number of adults who identify as LGBT
In this week’s edition of Wednesday Words, NewsFeed highlights intriguing and controversial terms that have been in the news.
A denied divorce in Toronto has thousands of gay couples wondering if their marriages are suddenly null and void.
Iowa may have joined the handful of states recognizing same-sex marriage, but gay couples are still fighting for recognition. A gay couple sued the state after the Iowa Department of Public Health refused to list both women on …
Last year’s U.S. Census was the first time gay respondents could report themselves as married to a same-sex husband or wife.
Today in discrimination: the manager of a bridal shop on the Jersey Shore has made it perfectly clear that her store is called Here Comes The Bride, and not Here Come The Brides.
Although Sesame Street‘s creators have never said the two characters are gay, viewers have long speculated that roommates Bert and Ernie are more than just friends.