As Scotland prepares to vote on whether they should separate from the United Kingdom, the issue remains polarizing—but if it were solely up to the LGBT community, it looks like the answer would be yes.
In the struggle for equality, many LGBT Americans take an all-or-nothing approach, especially with regards to religious exemptions. But that's not the way to win acceptance.
On July 28, the government of Scotland launched a campaign promoting LGBT equality.
Starbucks CEO and president Howard Schultz has made another big gesture of support towards the LGBT community: to celebrate Gay Pride Month, a rainbow flag measuring eight hundred square feet is flying over the company’s world headquarters in Seattle, Washington.
"I don’t want to be controversial or stir up a bunch of trouble but people are going to love who they are going to love. I think gay couples should be allowed to marry. They should suffer just like us heterosexuals."
In a move similar to a federal ruling in February, Texas state district judge Barbara Nellermoe has declared the Texas state same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
The equality movement has made incremental forward progress in Turkey and Russia.
According to a new study from the Williams Institute, Colorado has at least 53.7 million reasons to legalize marriage equality.
A gay vicar from Kilburn is risking his place in the Church of England after vowing to marry his partner of fourteen years.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.