Defense of Marriage Act

Windsor sued the federal government for not recognizing her same-sex marriage.
We live in an era of hatred and intolerance directed against those who do not conform to an increasingly archaic set of “norms
We knew an army of anti-gay extremists were waging a war against us, our community, our love and same-marriage.
The national LGBTQ day of giving has raised over $3 million since it launched in 2013.
Watch as we break down former President Bill Clinton's eight awful years comments.
Scalia promoted anything but justice in his opposition to the Voting Rights Act and affirmative action, women's reproductive freedoms, and in particular, the rights and freedoms of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans* people.
For Donald Trump or anyone else to single out the negative, destructive, and, yes, evil passages of the Quran (or how some sects or cults within Islam co-opt, distort, and attempt to hijack the overall messages) without doing so as well with the holy books of Judaism and Christianity demonstrates a hierarchical double standard.
Bill Clinton signed the law primarily because of politics, the record shows.
What Sanders exposed is a simple truth: Clinton, in an interview on Rachel Maddow last week, revised the history of her husband and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
A recent LGBT victory in the US Supreme Court brought marriage equality to every state in our nation. But it still comes as news to many Americans that if you are gay, you can still be fired in many jurisdictions in this country.
Nelson agrees with her position. "When I'm reading comments from Navajo leaders, it seems like the majority of them came
Despite the fact that things have gotten so much easier for LGBT people in this country, especially in N.Y.C., there still lingers a dark veil of internalized homophobia that keeps gay men apart and prevents them from experiencing rich, intimate, long-term connections.
Jim Obergefell wipes his eyes after hearing oral arguments on his case before the Supreme Court, on April 28, 2015. "Nobody's
While the film doesn't revolve around sexuality, through the character of Shirin, Akhavan sheds light on an otherwise underrepresented group of people. "No one believes in bisexuality," Akhavan says.