Officials in Kansas, Montana, South Carolina, and Florida have made it clear they are determined to keep fighting against same-sex marriage until the bitter end.
A challenge to Nigeria’s newest anti-gay legislation has been dismissed, on the grounds that the plaintiff is straight and thus has no legal standing.
Sri Lankan officials have revealed that its laws against discrimination include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes—but still claims its colonial-era ban on sodomy is not in violation of that law.
The Department of Education has updated its rules on campus safety reports to require the inclusion of hate crimes based on gender identity and further protect the rights of assault survivors.
Statements by a leader of the Church of Latter-Day Saints and others within the Mormon community indicate that the church's position on same-sex marriage may be shifting.
Not everyone is happy with marriage bans being struck down, and they're letting everyone else know as loudly and as strangely as possible.
Same-sex couples in Wyoming now have the freedom to marry.
Tom Temprano's passion is politics. And music. And community. Here he talks about how he combines all three in San Francisco.
Too provocative for the Kremlin, Finland's most successful series of stamps are causing a stir in Russia.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.