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The Supreme Court is poised to deliver its verdict in a case that weighs the religious rights of employers and the right of women to the birth control of their choice.
This timeline shows the progression of marriage equality since the end of DOMA. In most, if not all, of the judicial rulings the judges have cited the Windsor case as one of the reasons for ruling marriage bans unconstitutional.
Despite the Gay-friendly atmosphere and attitude the LGBT community is accustomed to in South Florida, they still can’t legally marry. To do that, they need to go out of state. Here’s a list of where to go and what to know.
The rain didn’t hinder the festivities of last weekend’s Stonewall Summer Pride, including the spirits of the Luminary Couples of South Florida. Here are three of their stories.
Since the defeat of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services now allows binational couples the same rights as everyone else. Find out what this means for you.
A Texas judge has denied two gay men the right to have their names placed on the birth certificates of their newborn twins, because the couple is married.
Celebrate Father’s Day by visiting Gays With Kids, a website designed to help gay dads navigate fatherhood.
A new study conducted in Israel shows that gay men raising children they adopted through surrogacy may experience the same changes in their brain activity as both new mothers and fathers.
A Florida Atlantic University journalism student is fighting for his marriage rights. Gildas Dousset, has filed an appeal in state court asking that his same-sex marriage be recognized in the state of Florida.
Arkansas’ whirlwind week of granting of marriage licenses to same-sex couples ended Friday when the state Supreme Court ordered a temporary stop.