The Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) has warned its clergy that legally marrying a same-sex partner will result in disciplinary action.
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Boston will allow an LGBT group in 2015.
As of May 2014, same-sex couples can legally marry in Fayetteville, Arkansas—but as of December, an attempt to ban discrimination against transgender people has been repealed before it could take effect.
Senator Jeff Merkley is planning to propose an LGBT civil rights bill that goes even further than the seemingly ill-fated Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
South Carolina state officials have asked a federal court to dismiss a challenge to its Department of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) policy on legal name changes as superfluous, now that the state has marriage equality.
As December 10, same-sex couples in England and Wales who are already in civil partnerships may convert their unions to full legal marriage, if they so choose.
A Kenyan court has ruled that the government must issue a birth certificate to an intersex child, and ordered the first steps towards legal recognition of its intersex citizens.
Republicans in the Michigan State House have approved a “religious freedom” bill that critics are calling a “license to discriminate.”
The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold marriage equality bans in four states may cause the marriages of over three hundred same-sex couples in Michigan to be declared invalid.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.