Rep. Robert Dold, R-Illiois, signed on as a cosponsor today (Monday, Feb. 2) of the Respect for Marriage Act, a bill that would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act. He is the third member of Congress to do so.
For the second time since June, a gay couple married at the United States Supreme Court. Retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor officiated at the wedding of Jeffrey Trammell and Stuart Serkin of Washington on Tuesday, the Associated Press reported.
There always a lot of good photos to enjoy over the course of a year, but perhaps my favorite — and certainly of the summer — is this one, which says so much with so little. (It also reminds me of another iconic photo
Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian legal group, is defending the Tulsa County clerk’s office against a lawsuit involving marriage equality because a federal appeals court ruled the governor and attorney general have no standing.
Shareholder resolutions haven’t worked, so after the Defense of Marriage Act ruling, New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is trying a new tactic to force the ExxonMobil to stop its discrimination.
The Out List debuted last Thursday, just as the whole country was talking about the Supreme Court’s landmark decisions. The film makes a nice coda to those lawsuits, as well as Pride month, and it resonates especially in Dallas because one of the subjects is Dallas sheriff Lupe Valdez
In this week’s issue, we explain the effect of the U.S. Supreme Court rulings on Texans. But on Wednesday night, after the news had sunk in, LGBT Dallasites and people around the nation celebrated with rallies.