Brian Silva, the Executive Director of Marriage Equality USA, talks to dot429 about the people the organization is honoring, the work that's still left for the movement, and what we can do to help.
Malaysia’s Federal Court has ruled unanimously in favor of upholding opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy conviction.
On February 10, Kansas governor Sam Brownback released an executive order that effectively reinstated anti-LGBT discrimination in state job practices.
CJ Phillips and Charlie Rainwater bought the domain in 2008, when they foresaw Jeb Bush may be running for president with an anti-LGBT position.
On January 29, a bill aimed at protecting and increasing the rights of LGBT people all over the world was re-introduced in the US Senate.
As the Supreme Court has agreed to examine the issue of marriage equality, dot429 is looking back into its archive at the months before the court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.
Alabama’s ban on marriage equality has been struck down by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, but a temporary stay was issued only days later.
On January 20, the Chilean House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a civil unions bill for same-sex couples.
The US Supreme Court has decided it will hear a case regarding marriage equality.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.