The Rowan County Attorney wants clerk Kim Davis charged with misconduct -- a step that may help oust her from her position.
The University of Tennessee Office for Diversity and Inclusion is asking students and faculty to use the pronouns in order to create a more inclusive campus,
Child sex-abuse charges against prominent gay rights activist Terry Bean will likely be dismissed, since the alleged victim is unlikely to show up for trial.
A note on the door did not explain the office's closure.
The couples and two gay-rights groups filed suit Aug. 12 to challenge the 2000 adoption ban.
The Supreme Court says the constitution guarantees gay people have the right to marry, but Davis contends the First Amendment guarantees her the right of religious freedom.
A formulaic blessing by Pope Francis of a lesbian children's book publisher and her partner had been interpreted by the press as an endorsement of their lifestyle.
The prefix -- intended for people who don't identify as Mr., Ms., Mrs., or Miss -- has been officially added into the lexicon.
“I’ve gone to gay weddings. I’ve been at gay weddings. I have been against it from the standpoint of Bible..."
Do Caitlyn Jenner and Cecil Halloween costumes really reach that "never-OK" line?
He also says, "At the end of the day, Chick-fil-A will probably be in [Denver International Airport]."
"He’s not the only one in the family who’s gay," his cousin says, "and, personally, I couldn’t care less.”
This increases the likelihood that Republicans in the statehouse will push legislation to change it.
Djamil Bangoura, president of gay rights group Prudence, said Friday that Senegal must stop condemning people who are different.
"The next obvious step is a homosexual may come to your church and demand to be hired."
Municipal Judge and Circuit Court Magistrate Ruth Neely of Pinedale faces an upcoming hearing due to statements she made that she would not perform same-sex marriages.
"It's getting tedious. We get torn down, built back up, torn down, built back up."
"He was victimized by everything and everyone and could never quite grasp the fact that he was the common denominator in all of these really sometimes serious interpersonal conflicts."
The article claims the rainbow flag is "seen by many as a symbol of anti-Christian hate."
"I won’t say he was proud of it," a family member said, "but he wasn’t ashamed, either."
"At what point does this character assume he can make racist, absurd comments -- and especially incoherent and ignorant ones -- about us Latinos?"
A polygamous family says legalizing same-sex marriage shows that laws prohibiting consensual adult relationships are outdated
Kentucky State Police Trooper Paul Blanton said the three were arrested Thursday for refusing to sit down once the event started.
A note on posted on her door indicated the office would reopen in an hour.
"They just don't like gay people, they don't want us to get married. And they'd rather burn the earth and not let straight people in Rowan County get married, either."
"Joining hands here on the desk. It's the only way to do it."
But a Kentucky clerk's office on Thursday once again refused to issue a marriage license to a gay couple.
"This is a perfect example of the hypocrisy of mainstream patriarchal culture and the government."
Despite her religious beliefs, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis absolutely must issue marriage licenses to gay coulpes
Williams claims that one of his motivations for the shootings was the mistreatment he felt he received for being a gay black man.
Luigi Brugnaro described the event as both "farcical" and "kitsch."
Church leaders decided to stay with the Boy Scouts -- but only after getting assurances they can appoint troop leaders according to their own religious values.
“How sad that a film about real kids and their families is attacked," said federal Labor senator Penny Wong.
The city of Manchester has been on edge after rumors began circulating that a serial killer was pushing gay men into the city’s canals.
"How can we arrogantly usher in the Sodom and Gomorrah spirit of degradation and abomination... and then celebrate it?"
"We do good things for good people, and we bring good people together."
"The Obama administration put a flaming homosexual in charge of a good portion of our public education."
The victim claims Rev. Manuel Espinoza told him "Don't worry. This is what God wants."
One Twitter user posted: "Absolutely repulsed by the 'Muslim' drag queens on Channel 4."
Council members are concerned the franchise will generate "corporate profits used to fund and fuel discrimination."
"It would certainly make for interesting viewing."
According to the new study, condoms don't cause erectile dysfunction, either.
A health advocate wants the Australian government to shut down sites like Grindr until they acknowledge the drug deals they help facilitate.
"When I saw it, it was like someone stabbed me in the gut."
Excerpts of Justice Anthony Kennedy's 28-page majority opinion have been making their way into ceremonies all over the country.
The tensions pose a real-world test of the pope's approach that emphasizes compassion -- while upholding Catholic doctrine that marriage is between a man and woman.
CEO Jeffrey Hurant, along with six co-workers, were taken into custody on Tuesday.
And the company has decided to halt production on another costume, the "Call Me Caitlyn Mr. Olympian Costume" Kit.
"It's hit me over the years that just the perception of being gay can be career-ending for a football official in my area."
Because homosexuality is "one of the most dangerous sexual lifestyles on the planet."
"I work more now than I ever did when I was in the closet."
"I feel as if I would have to compromise my personal Christian moral beliefs to read it."
"My name was NEVER to be given to another man," his father writes.
"No men in women’s bathrooms. Let me tell you why."
The host of Last Week Tonight tears into people who use their religious beliefs to refuse services to LGBTQ people.
In the video, a crowd cheers as Dave Grohl and his bandmates pull up in a pickup truck blasting Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up."
"Can we just start calling people by their name?"
Gordon Klingenschmitt insists he never suggested gay scoutmasters should be drowned at sea.
The National Organization for Marriage tried to suppress the list, but the Maine supreme court rejected a move to delay its release.
The head of an international gay rights organization is telling the U.N. Security Council that the Islamic State extremist group has executed at least 30 people for sodomy.
Yishai Schlissel was remorseless at Monday's court meeting.