By Zack Ford on January 27, 2014
The Indiana House voted to change the language of the proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, which will likely prevent it from advancing in 2014.
Just in case the courts rule in favor of marriage equality, South Dakota and Kansas want to make sure discrimination against same-sex couples can continue.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on January 27, 2014
In a sexy performance at the Grammys, Beyoncé and Jay-Z make the argument for marriage conservatives so often seem to leave out: that it can be fun.
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By Zack Ford on January 23, 2014
Same-sex marriage will stay banned whether Indiana passes a marriage amendment or not, but the campaign would have significant psychological consequences for the gay community.
By Zack Ford on January 22, 2014
Thanks in part to political maneuvering by Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma, the amendment banning same-sex marriage advanced out of committee.
Political maneuverings by the Indiana House Speaker to advance the anti-gay marriage amendment was the last straw for one gay conservative running for state office.
The conservative group defending Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage is concerned that same-sex couples want to redefine the institution just like white supremacists did.
By Nicole Flatow on January 22, 2014
One federal appeals court says it will look upon all laws that discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation with increased skepticism.
By Zack Ford on January 21, 2014
Oregon's labor board has ruled that Sweet Cakes by Melissa did violate state law when it refused to sell a wedding cake to a same-sex couple.
By Brendon Ayanbadejo on January 20, 2014
The former Ravens linebacker on why his parents own marriage has informed his campaigning for marriage equality--and why music and sports matter.