“Feeling proud to be Finnish.”
Sometimes all you need is two people and an appointment to make your big day special.
As same-sex marriages begin in Wyoming this week, Judy Shepard speaks to BuzzFeed News about the changes that have occurred since she lost her son, Matthew Shepard, to a hate crime.
Nicole Pries, 42, and Lindsey Oliver, 30, of Richmond are reportedly the first couple get marriage licenses in Virginia.
A new document from the Vatican may pave the way for baptizing the children of same-sex couples and allowing divorced people to receive communion.
“Don’t our opinions matter to you?”
The three judges hearing the case heard more than an hour of arguments, with two of them leaning toward striking down the state’s ban.
After District Court Judge Bernard Friedman found Michigan’s ban on same-sex couples’ marriage unconstitutional on March 21, dozens of couples flocked to local Courthouses to get married. Update — March 22, 5:20 p.m. ET: A federal appeals court put weddings on hold while it reviews the state’s request to stop same-sex marriages.
The Australian model announced her engagement to the clothing designer (and granddaughter of Roald Dahl) via Instagram.
Turns out Mississippi really, really likes gay porn.
Same-sex couples in Cook County, Ill., originally had to wait until June 1 to wed. But on Friday, U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman ruled that same-sex couples could marry immediately.
Exemption could apply to those who are terminally ill and/or about to leave on military service.
Four-year-old Sabrina has a lot to say. So she wrote to Australia’s Prime Minister.
Don’t get too attached to shark-fin soup, Delaware.
Hundreds of students from Eastside Catholic High School gathered today in solidarity after their vice principal was forced to resign.
Government has revealed timetable following the passing of the law this summer.
The Australian Capital Territory has hosted the nation’s first legal same-sex weddings. Australians all let us rejoice!
The Australian Christian Lobby is a conservative political organisation that regularly campaigns against marriage equality. Their Facebook fanpage doesn’t exactly draw fans…
“You know, I think a much better analogy would have been brother and sister, don’t you?”
“Nothing is going to change, but now we’re gonna have a piece of paper so everyone else recognizes it.”
Married on July 11 in Maryland, John Arthur is in hospice care and “certain to die soon.” He and his husband have sued to ensure their marriage is recognized by Ohio officials at Arthur’s death.
“We are taking claims now from individuals who believe they may be eligible for Social Security benefits,” spokesman says.
Photographers capture the passion from both sides of the debate in Minnesota. At the end of the day, the state became the 12th in the nation to gain marriage equality.
Rhode Island is the last New England state to reach marriage equality. It is the 10th state, plus DC, to legalize same-sex marriage.
“I worry that it means somehow we debase, or we change, what marriage is. I just worry about that.” Oh Jeremy, don’t worry!
“I think we’ve seen in recent history that there’s ample reason to be cautious,” says Carney.