Wonder how you can tell if a wedding vendor is LGBT-friendly? Our five sneaky tips will help you gauge their equality-minded status.
Hitting bookshelves last week, Sarah Galvin‘s book The Best Party of Our Lives is a collection of essays in which she interviewed and...
According to a new story by UCLA, same-sex marriage has boosted the U.S. economy by $813 million since marriage equality was passed in June.
I'm so excited to share Freedom to Marry's victory video that chronicles the road toward marriage equality.
Thought you were through your tears? Think again. YouTube just released their #ProudToLove video celebrating Pride month and today's Supreme Court ruling for marriage equality by highlighting courageous individuals coming out and the path that our country has taken.
As our country eagerly awaits the Supreme Court decision on marriage equality, Hillary Clinton's campaign released an emotional YouTube video that drives home exactly what a ruling for equality means for so many couples.
Yesterday, we had the pleasure, honor and privilege of listening in on an exclusive conference call with Freedom to Marry's president, Evan Wolfson, following his attendance at the Supreme Court's oral arguments regarding marriage equality this past Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to take on the debate for same-sex marriage.
Has your head been spinning with all of this marriage equality momentum that's been happening over the last several weeks? Ours, too! We couldn't be more excited about the strides that have been made thanks to circuit rulings and we figured you might need a quick brush-up on which states recognize same-sex marriages.
Today, the Supreme Court denied petitions in seven cases (five states) that were trying to ban same-sex marriage! This means marriage equality has officially been brought to those states, bringing the total number of states where same-sex marriage is legal to 24.
On Tuesday, Republican-appointed federal judge John G. Heybum II declared that banning same-sex couples the freedom to marry in the state of Kentucky is unconstitutional.
Marriage bans are dropping like flies. Last week, it was struck down in Idaho, yesterday in Oregon and today in Pennsylvania. Arkansas, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Virginia are additional states that have said adios to inequality. We're certainly riding quite a wave of momentum but does this mean we've just added these states to the equality list? Yes and no.
Exciting news from the Bible Belt -- Arkansas has become the first Southern state to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples!
Freedom to Marry celebrated its tenth anniversary, and the tenth anniversary of marriage between same-sex couples in the United States, at Cheers to 10 Years. The event was hosted by Cynthia Nixon and included speakers Margaret Hoover and Evan Wolfson.
Mere weeks after Freedom to Marry's declaration of focus on the states in the Bible Belt, Tennessee is the second Southern state where a federal judge has ruled in favor of respect for out-of-state marriages for same-sex couples, following Kentucky.
The Washington Post and ABC News teamed up to poll the views of our fellow countrymen and women regarding same-sex marriage and the results show more support of this modern day civil rights movement than ever before.
And another ban bites the dust! Texas is the most recent state to declare their ban against same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
Virginia is finally starting to live up to its "Virginia Is for Lovers" tagline. On Thursday evening, a federal judge overturned the state's 2006 constitutional ban against same-sex marriage, deeming it as unconstitutional.
On Wednesday, a Kentucky judge ruled that same-sex marriages legally performed in other states must be recognized in the deeply conservative Southern state.
As she was filming the first same-sex weddings to take place in her home state of Utah, filmmaker D'Arcy Benincosa had an epiphany: to document the stories, the love stories, of this exciting marriage equality movement that is taking our nation by storm.
Oklahoma has joined the likes of Utah by ruling their statewide ban against same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
In a not-so-surprising turn of events, the U.S. Supreme Court has granted Utah state officials a stay on the federal judge's ruling for same-sex marriage while the Denver-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals deliberates, leaving more than 1,000 newlyweds wondering if their marriage is legal.
What a year it's been! With polls showing more support than ever, the marriage equality movement has been particularly fierce in 2013. So before we kiss this year goodbye, let's take a walk down memory lane with the top five moments:
As couples continue to say “I do" in Utah, the legal validity of their marriages remains in limbo. Here are three possible plans of attack from the state officials as they lean on the state’s heavy social, religious and political influence of the Mormon Church.
New Mexico becomes the 17th state to recognize same-sex marriage.
What anniversary do you celebrate if you've had two weddings?