Zach Wahls

The 27-year-old LGBTQ advocate will be one of the youngest people to ever serve in the state Senate.
Seven years ago, Wahls told the Iowa state House about his two moms. Now, he could be headed to the state legislature himself.
26-year-old Zach Wahls, who went viral defending his two mothers during the same-sex marriage debate six years ago, is running for office.
The LGBTQ rights advocate will seek a seat in the Iowa state Senate.
It’s hard to believe that we’re just two weeks away from the first anniversary of the Boy Scouts’ decision to end their century
With its many millions of youth aspiring to such a forward thinking global citizenship, the potential of Scouting in today's rapidly changing world landscape cannot be underestimated, and should be maximized.
“I won't have my daughter attend a district that won't validate her family and let her know that her family is just as valued
Enter your email address Wahls was a University of Iowa student at the time, and a video of his speech about his family went
More than 80 percent of us under the age of 30 support the recognition of same-sex marriage, and that should be no surprise. A powerful byproduct of our connectedness is that the LGBTQ community is more visible than ever.
Wahls then refuted Stemberger's claim that the ban is not about discrimination, it's about keeping people's personal lives
Zach Wahls, who's also a published author and HuffPost Gay Voices blogger, took Ethics and Public Policy Center President
In the video, which was released yesterday, Nance says: After closing his eyes and taking a deep breath, Boy Scout camp leader
Amid a year full of anti-LGBT rhetoric from people, organizations and businesses (One Million Moms, Chick-fil-A, and Kirk
This weekend SiriusXM is airing a documentary special I produced that profiles five straight allies and their individual journeys. Some of them are people you may have heard of before, like Zach Wahls. Others may be new to you, but all of them have powerful, compelling stories.
Defending free speech is easy when everyone agrees with the speech -- it's defending odious and reprehensible speech that is always the harder path. More on this subject next week.
Wahls had addressed the Iowa legislature last year as it debated marriage equality and told the story of being brought up
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Zach Wahls, an Iowa man with two mothers, was vaulted to Internet stardom in early 2011 with a moving plea
I have been fighting for LGBT equality for nearly three decades and this issue has always come up. What do we do with our allies? What role should they play?