Less than 24 hours after releasing a statement on their website, the Mormon Church is walking back its support for workplace and housing protections for LGBTQ Utahns.
The couple married Saturday at the Legendary Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles before 300 guests.
Entertainer Elton John and longtime mate David Furnish officially married Sunday on the ninth anniversary of the day they entered into a civil partnership.
The case against Barronelle Stutzman, 68, and her shop, Arlene's Flowers, stems from a complaint that she refused to provide flowers for a same-sex couple's 2013 wedding.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints late Friday posted a statement to its website saying it now fully supports non-discrimination protections for LGBT individuals in housing and employment.
Mayor Ralph Becker, who officiated some three-dozen wedding ceremonies after Utah gay marriage ban was struck down, described the day as one of his most memorable in public office.
Following his transition, Charlie Poulson worried about "passing" as a man, and knew his concern would be put to the test in what is arguably a typical masculine setting: the barbershop.
In the heat of our political moment, we sometimes don't see how our future connects deeply to our past. But the Christian Right does — and they do not like what they see.
The TLC special follows four Mormon men living in Utah who are attracted to the same-sex, but who don’t identify themselves as gay or bisexual.
Uganda’s parliament adjourned without passing a new anti-LGBT law that one lawmaker said he wanted Ugandans to be able to “celebrate” as "a Christmas gift" to the nation.
Lambert Borgardt was sentenced to 10 years probation and 200 hours of community service after he pleaded guilty to assault charges.
Jay Ralko, 22, disappeared in Warren, Mich., on Dec. 10 after he left behind a note for his roommate indicating there was an emergency.
Saturday is the anniversary of a federal's judge's landmark ruling striking down Utah's ban on same-sex marriage.
Li Yinhe's revelation that she's been living with a transgender man for 17 years has sparked a rare public discussion about China's largely invisible and marginalized transgender community.
Marriage equality is coming to Florida... the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday refused to extend a stay past Jan. 5 of a federal judge's ruling striking down the state's same-sex marriage ban.
The complaint stems from a new policy that requires transgender students to use restrooms according to their “biological gender."
The Salvation Army’s campaign to win back LGBT donors is being undermined by the release of several internal documents that reveal the organizations ongoing anti-gay teachings.
Gays in Egypt are taking precautionary measures by avoiding public places where they used to gather and by staying away from Internet and dating applications, fearing police traps.
A clinic has been ordered to comensate to a gay man who sued it for administering electric shocks intended to make him heterosexual, believed to be China's first case involving conversion therapy.
Goshen County Republican Party have signed a letter that rebukes GOP Gov. Matt Mead for not do more to fight same-sex marriage in Wyoming.
“You know, those who are homosexual will die out because they don’t reproduce,” he says. “You know, you have to have heterosexual sex to reproduce."
The couples are asking the court to allow Florida same-sex couples to marry after the existing stay expires on January 5.
The U.S. government is now interpreting federal law to explicitly prohibit workplace discrimination against transgender individuals. The Department of Justice says transgender individuals are covered under Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The amount of Tim Cook's personal contribution to the HRC wasn't disclosed, but the advocacy organization called it "substantial."
The Williams Institute reviews social climate, demographic, economic and health indicators, and highlights disparities between states with and without LGBT non-discrimination laws.
A lawsuit brought by GOP state Rep. Bob McDermott claims the Legislature didn't have authority to pass the law.
The billboard, from the Gay Community Center of Richmond (GCCR), proclaims “We are all born to love,” a message it hopes counters the “Nobody is born gay” billboard by conversion therapy proponents.
The event, called The Response, has drawn heavy criticism because of the anti-gay views of its sponsor organization, the American Family Association.
The official from the prosecutors' office said the trial will begin Sunday, only two weeks after the men were arrested in a much publicized raid on a Cairo bathhouse.
In September, a federal judge upheld Louisiana’s ban, a rare loss for marriage equality advocates who, at the time, had won more than 20 consecutive rulings overturning bans in other states.
Gov. Butch Otter says the Supreme Court should wait until it receives arguments from Idaho before deciding a case involving same-sex marriage in the U.S.
Circuit Judge Dale Cohen on Wednesday dissolved the marriage of Heather Brassner and Megan Lade, who were united in a 2002 civil union in Vermont.
The church made national headlines in January when as much as eighty percent of the congregants left after a popular gay choir director was forced to resign.
Proposed regulations would cover hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery for low-income New Yorkers under the state's Medicaid program.
A modern day pro-LGBT Joan of Arc, Kathy Baldock’s advocacy is not from behind a computer screen, but face-to-face interaction with the most rabid anti-gay ministers in the U.S. evangelical movement.
My gay son now finds himself orphaned by his home state of Michigan, whose government is poised to pass legislation allowing others to discriminate against him based on their religious beliefs.
Robert Pitman becomes the first openly gay judge to sit on the federal bench in Texas, and also assumes a seat that had been vacant for more than six years.
The couple speaks to the BBC following their wedding ceremony in New York on Monday.
The association representing Florida's 67 court clerks says only Washington County, Fla. is bound by U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle's ruling in August that the gay marriage ban is unconstitutional.
Dr. Jody Kincaid put up the message -- "The GLBT Agenda is bad for America" -- on the marquee at his Animal Clinic in Anthony, Texas.
A Philadelphia judge has ordered three young adults to stand trial for an alleged attack on a gay couple in September that left one of the men with a broken jaw.
Michelle Kosilek has waged a protracted legal battle for the surgery she says is needed to relieve the mental anguish caused by gender-identity disorder.
DUBLIN — Prime Minister Enda Kenny says Ireland’s voters will be asked to legalize same-sex marriage, a government-backed measure that reflects rapid social change in the predominantly Catholic nation. Kenny told lawmakers Tuesday that the
The South Boston Allied War Veterans Council, which has long resisted the inclusion of gay groups, voted Monday night to allow the group OutVets to march in the 2015 parade.
Scotland’s first same-sex marriages can officially begin Tuesday as couples in Scottish civil partnerships can convert their union to marriage.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s resignation under pressure is a setback to the effort to end the military exclusion of transgender service personnel.
Tennessee argues that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit got it right when it upheld same-sex marriage bans, and that there is no need for Supreme Court Justices to step in now.
Rosie O'Donnell talks about her health and the importance of family, and she shares a special message for aspiring gay parents.
Bondi and attorneys in her office filed the request with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who oversees emergency appeals from Florida, Alabama and Georgia.
The initiative to legalize same-sex marriage was approved 101–90 by the full session of Parliament at its second reading on December 12.
Human Rights Watch says growing numbers of LGBT people have been attacked and harassed across Russia in the lead-up and aftermath of the adoption of the 2013 anti-LGBT “propaganda” law.
Eighty congressional lawmakers sent a letter Monday to Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell, calling for the Department to replace the FDA's lifetime ban on blood donations from men who have sex with
The group’s goals are to educate lawmakers, advance local and statewide equality legislation, provide workplace and classroom resources, and develop a statewide Transgender Resource Guide.
New research shows why marriage equality has been so successful so fast. Plus, a recap of last week's marriage equality developments.
Prosecutors say there is "probable cause" that Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton killed Jennifer Laude in a Philippines motel room in October.
A same-sex couple's playful banter over laundry detergent and "past mistakes" is the focus of this Tide laundry detergent commercial from Procter and Gamble. (VIDEO)
The Blood Products Advisory Committee will not reconvene to continue discussions or to recommend that the FDA end its lifetime ban on blood donations from men who have sex with men.
Peter Cahall was notified his contract will not be renewed after six years at the school because of test scores.
With the Ohio response, there are now four new same-sex marriage cases that are nearly ready for the Justices’ first look.
Despite Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage, the coverage extends to those married out-of-state in order to comply with a federal rule.
Thirteen lawyers and a team of paralegals spent 2,393 hours on the case; they say the large costs are due to the state's vigorous defense of the ban.