LGBTs await word from Hawaii as to what they propose for the next steps. But Angelenos might want to consider saving the money they'd spend on a long weekend get-away for the impending fight with the Religious Right.
Corporations across America have embraced the notion that LGBT diversity and LGBT-friendly employment policies such as domestic partner benefits are not only the right thing to do, but are also good for business.
The Mormon Church's (often illegal) involvement in the Prop. 8 campaign has been revealed in 8: the Mormon Proposition. After seeing the film, I had the opportunity to interview two of its major participants.
Governance is a contact sport that shouldn't allow for having your ideas voted on while you cower from public scrutiny. Voters who passed the Public Records Act understood that; the Supreme Court's respect for that judgment should be applauded.
As much as we dislike Obama's wishy washy approach to gay rights advocacy, Sen. Boxer is a staunch supporter of equality. If the protesters are serious perhaps they should spend time raising money for Boxer and her progressive agenda.
The anti-gay diversion strategy should not obscure the truth of the matter: The reason smart lawyers like Charles Cooper don't give a better answer to why marriage discrimination should continue is that there isn't one.
Len called it the night of the "Greatest Stories Ever Danced," but between Kate Gosselin's new hair, Pam's white corset, Chelsie's Cleopatra wig, and Edyta's outlandish outfit, it looked more like Slut-o-ween came early this year.
As soon as Congress finalizes the bill authorizing repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, it should turn its attention to removing the equally repugnant 1996 law mandating federal discrimination in marriage.
As we celebrate the anniversary of marriage in Iowa, all of us committed to the freedom to marry in America have come a long way and confounded the naysayers, but there are still more "unlikely" wins to achieve.
Tracy Fletcher, a Portland, Maine resident who works as a caregiver for mentally disabled adults was hoping to marry her girlfriend, but was denied after voters rejected what the state's governor had made law.