It’s not quite The Boathouse, but at least you’re in the park.
The wedding industry boasts some of the most lucrative enterprises in the United States, and New York City’s newly-engaged clientele just got bigger.
Today’s links are about pride: the gay pride that comes from New York’s vote Friday to legalize same-sex marriage, the motherly pride that comes from a little boy calling his Mom from Obama’s limo, and the hometown pride that …
In a break from her father’s politics, Barbara Bush, daughter of Republican President George W. Bush, has publicly expressed her support for gay marriage.
A same sex couple in Texas wasn’t letting a silly thing like state law keep them from marrying one another.
“This delay is just really going to screw us up,”
–HARRY SEAMAN, Gay-marriage advocate, on California’s 9th Circuit Court of Appeals setting aside an earlier decision that allowed same-sex ceremonies to take place. Seaman was …
The gay-marriage ban put in place by Proposition 8 in California will remain as Judge Walker Vaughn’s decision to overturn it is appealed.
Though a California judge overturned gay-marriage ban Proposition 8 yesterday, that’s hardly the first step. The decision will jump through several legal hoops on what some say is an inevitable road to the Supreme Court.
Gay marriage activists got a win today in California, after a federal judge ruled that Proposition 8, the ballot that banned same-sex marriage, is unconstitutional.
Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker is expected today to rule on Proposition 8, a controversial same-sex marriage ban in California.
After a heated debate ending at 4 a.m, Argentina’s government has legalized same-sex marriage, making it the first Latin American country to grant full equal rights to gay and lesbian couples.