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Florist in gay wedding fight files religious discrimination suit
A Washington state florist sued by the state's attorney general over her refusal to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding has filed a countersuit alleging religious discrimination.
Fri May 17, 2013
'No great demand for gay marriage'
Philip Hammond said the introduction of civil partnerships had dealt with the 'very real disadvantage' gay couples faced in the past Prime Minister David Cameron's plans for same-sex marriage have unnecessarily upset "vast numbers of people", Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has said.
Hollande signs gay marriage bill
France's president has signed into law a controversial bill making the country the eighth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage.
Florida teen fights expulsion and criminal charges for same sex relationship
Most high school seniors are excitedly preparing to put on their cap and gown and looking forward to the future right now.
Cuba's LGBT Community Celebrates International Day Against Homophobia
A week of drag shows, colorful marches and social and cultural events in Havana culminates Friday with celebrations of the International Day Against Homophobia.
Group rallies to support Scout's gay ban
The Boy Scouts of America's ban on gays has been a source of controversy around the country and on Friday, supporters of the organization's "timeless values" held a rally in Cincinnati among other cities.
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Father Gary Meier, St. Louis Catholic Priest, Announces He is Gay
In 2011, a slender book came out called Hidden Voices: Reflections of a Gay, Catholic Priest .
One in Four LGBT Europeans Subject To Attacks Or Threats
One quarter of Europe's LGBT population have experienced threats of violence or physical attacks over the last five years a new study shows.
ADF Helps Homophobic WA Florist Countersue State
The Alliance Defending Freedom or ADF is helping florist Baronnelle Stutzman countersue Washington State. Stutzman refused to sell flours for a gay wedding
NV Assembly Committee Clears Marriage Amendment For Full Vote
An amendment that would legalize sames-sex marriage in Nevada has passed its next hurdle.
NOM To File Lawsuit Against The IRS
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is set to file a lawsuit against the IRS for the supposed leaking of their tax returns.
France court ruling clears way for gay bill
France's top court ruled Friday that a bill permitting same-sex marriage and allowing gay couples to adopt children adheres to the constitution.
French Gay Marriage Law Ruled Constitutional
France's constitutional council has rejected a challenge by conservative lawmakers to the country's new gay marriage law, saying the law was constitutional.
George Takei Takes On Anti-Gay Protesters
George Takei has emerged as one of the most visible LGBT activists out there. The actor picks up pen and pad to take on the anti-gay protesters.
Portugal Expands Adoption Rights for Gay Couples
Portugal's Parliament has passed a law allowing same-sex married couples to adopt their partners' children, but lawmakers rejected legislation granting gay couples the same adoption rights as heterosexuals.
Anti-Gay Protesters Attack Gay Activists In Tbilisi, Georgia
Hundreds of anti-gay protesters in Tbilisi, Georgia overran police barricades to attack and silence LGBT activists calling for equality
Seven Congress Members In The Closet?
According to retired Representative Barney Frank, there are seven members of Congress who are still in the closet.
Celebrate International Day Against Homophobia 2013
On May 17, LGBT rights activists and supporters will celebrate International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia in order to raise awareness on LGBT rights violations and stimulate interest in LGBT rights work.
MN Gay Marriage Raises Issue: When Is It OK to Call Someone a Bigot?
When-if ever-is it fair to call another person a bigot? Leave your comment below.