In January, the justices will weigh whether to take up the Louisiana case, but Idaho's governor says his state offers the best vehicle for a marriage equality decision.
Willie Robertson says he's not sure if people are born gay, but he loves them just the same — proven by the fact that he works alongside gay people who produce his family's reality show.
It raises the question of why he's so worried we might achieve equality.
And Harry Potter taught us that 'no one should live in a closet,' the author says.
First United Methodist Church of Alexandria, Ind., will shutter at year end, having lost much of its membership after its gay choir director was dismissed.
The "world's first transversal magazine" broke ground by featuring 14 leading trans activists on the cover to commemorate the publication's fifth anniversary.
The good news keeps coming for New York's trans citizens seeking healthcare related to gender transition, even as advocates say some work still needs to be done.
The Skeleton Twins isn't necessarily a gay film, but it's got one of the clearest gay characters of 2014.
Some say sports isn't political, but one athlete argues the opposite.
A new initiative by Teach for America strives to give educators the resources to break down the closet door.
The homophobic and prolific couple contend that 'God is expanding our borders through the national media.'
Some great gift ideas for parents, pets, kids, and partners.
A gentle guide for our straight friends and family on holiday gifting faux pas.
Clearly, this teacher has done something right when teaching his young students about acceptance.
Complete with a video exposing the unbearable violence and harassment LGBT Russians endure, an 85-page report reveals more than a year of suffering under a nationwide ban on so-called gay propaganda.
Olympic hopeful Tom Luchsinger writes about the forces that kept him in the closet and why he decided to come out.
Many black LGBT church members joined in Black Lives Matter Sunday actions to show that 'Black LGBT bodies must matter too!'
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has seemed amenable to similar requests in other states, so marriage equality may not be quite so imminent in Florida.
A Wisconsin school district has adopted a trans-inclusive athletics policy this week — before any trans students came forward to request the change.
Judge Charles Hayden ruled that the prosecution had sufficient evidence to try the suspects beginning January 6.