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India Finally Lifts Its Ban on Gay Sex
The Supreme Court has reversed a repressive law imposed by British colonizers.
Federal Court Says LGBT Workers Are Protected Under the 1964 Civil Rights Act
The ruling is a major victory for gay rights, though the question will probably end up before the Supreme Court.
Pope Calls for More Tolerance for Divorced, Gays
He also leaves open the possibility of divorced people being able to take Communion.
10 Celebrities on Taking the
Asking about the Change.org petition at this year’s OUT100 Celebration.
Mormon Church More or Less Bans Same-Sex Couples and Their Kids
The Church of Latter-day Saints doubles down on discrimination.
The Unexpected Personal Connection Behind the DOMA Decision
In an excerpt from her new memoir, lawyer Roberta Kaplan describes how she first crossed paths with Edie Windsor and Thea Spyer.
Issues You Can Still Use to Postpone Your Marriage
Now that “we won’t get married until everyone can get married” is obsolete.
Jury Finds That Gay ‘Conversion Therapy’ Is Fraud
The court ruled that claims of the treatment’s success and scientific basis are fraudulent.
Gap and Levi’s Speak Out on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law
“These laws turn back the clock on equality.”
OKCupid Wants You to Spurn Firefox
Because of their new CEO’s stance on gay marriage.
Q&A: The Man Making Gay Porn for Charity
Mike Kulich is America’s first nonprofit pornographer.
Edith Windsor’s Pioneering Life, From Portofino to the Supreme Court
The woman at the center of the Supreme Court case that could strike down the Defense of Marriage Act shares exclusive photos from her life with wife Thea Spyer.
New Marc Jacobs Tees Demand Gays’ Right to Wed
Printed with the coolest lesbian illustration we’ve seen in a while.
Urban Outfitters Responds to Controversy From Yanking Same-Sex T-shirt
“The T-shirt was pulled because it was not selling.” Okay.
Urban Outfitters Yanks Same-Sex Marriage T-shirt From Shelves
Less than a week after the item first arrived in stores and online, it was gone.