Tens of thousands march against same-sex marriage in Mexico Many saw the massive march as the Roman Catholic church flexing its political muscle in a country where about 80 percent identify as nominally Catholic.
“I set out on this project, with no expectations and it was honestly one of the most organically beautiful things to ever happen to me."
"He was on a mission not to recognize federal law on same-sex couples," Carroll told the court in a hearing last month.
Uganda's minister in charge of ethics and integrity, Simon Lokodo, urged police to arrest them if they went ahead with the parade.
The league will send a letter to Gov. Pat McCrory to express its opposition to the measure and call for its immediate repeal.
Many saw the massive march as the Roman Catholic church flexing its political muscle in a country where about 80 percent identify as nominally Catholic.
Also listed: Timothy Tymkovich, who argued in front of the Colorado Supreme Court to oppose legal protections for gays and lesbians.
Chelsea Raley contends she's also been subjected to retaliation and a hostile work environment based on her sexual orientation and gender.
"Essentially she is now being tortured as punishment for an act of desperation."
What is more traditional and value-laden than conserving and thus sustaining the Earth’s resources?
Portland Taxi told a reporter: "If the gays don’t want to use our company, that’s better for us.”
An LGBTQ group in Canada wants McDonalds to apologize to Kenny Cooley.
This is the culmination of the third annual Bisexual Awareness Week.
The senator from Texas said he spent "many months of careful consideration, of prayer and searching my own conscience."
Andre Gray was suspended for four matches for social media comments he made four years ago.
"Gun violence is a civil rights issue that disproportionately impacts all marginalized communities."
New Orleans' sheriff has been under political and legal pressure for years due to dangerous jail conditions, including beatings, sexual assaults and suicides.
Being out-and-proud sometimes has these funny, awkward, and sweet moments, but I’d be lying if I didn’t say it has its dark side.
Newly released 911 calls from the Pulse nightclub massacre highlight police negotiations with the shooter.
Santorum has previously accused the LGBTQ community of declaring a "jihad" against him and has compared same-sex relationships to bestiality, incest, and pedophilia.
"I made peace with God with it," Cookie Johnson tells Oprah Winfrey. "So I'm good."
Dean Saxton was arrested for assaulting a woman who challenged his message that gay people are "destroying the country."
Actor Don Cheadle asks voters to defeat the "racist, abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of our society."
This adamantly pro-LGBT commercial is making waves across the world - and most of it is positive.
Lorie Smith is suing so her web design business can "celebrate and promote God’s design for marriage:" one woman, one man.
Family court Judge Tom Philpot says same-sex marriage is an oxymoron like “jumbo shrimp” or a “magnificent Chihuahua.”
Oh, Jesus Christ. Yes, the election just got even stranger.
The News Corp owned paper ran an incredibly offensive political cartoon comparing marriage equality activists to Nazi stormtroopers.
28 women competed last weekend to be crowned Miss Trans Star International, Europe's largest beauty pageant for transgender women.
It goes about as well as you can imagine.
Zodhiates has pleaded not guilty to federal charges of international parental kidnapping and conspiracy.
While they admit her last day was supposed to be Friday, the site fired the editor today and yanked her severance pay for sharing the news on social media.