Yesterday, New York celebrated one year of gay marriage.
Gay marriage in Washington was blocked from taking effect Wednesday. The opposents gathered sufficient signatures to have a public vote in November.
Opponents to gay marriage in Maryland gave the number of signatures necessary to obtain a referendum in November.
Opponents to gay marriage in Maryland started to submit signatures to the state Board of Elections in an effort to have a referendum in November.
A study called into question the capacity of gay and lesbian couples to raise children. The American Psychological Association is opposed to this study and says that of course gay and lesbian couples are as good as straight parents to raise children.
Following two lawsuits against the Cook County Clerk David Orr claiming that not issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples violates the due process and equal protection clauses of the Illinois Constitution, the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office said that the state's ban of gay marriage was unconstitutional.
Brad Hoylman, openly gay, is officially candidate to succeed Tom Duane as New York state senator.
Lakewood's Masterpiece Cakeshop in Denver refused to make the wedding reception cake of Dave Mullins and Charlie Craig.
Without surprise, Chick-fil-a announces its opposition to gay marriage. For those who would not know it yet, Chick-fil-a is the most important sponsor of anti-gay groups.
The attempt to overturn the law which requires public schools of California to cover gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual contributions (SB48) did not succeed.