The gay rights movement saw a significant victory at the Supreme Court Monday, where the justices struck down part of a law barring federal benefits to married same-sex couples.
The Supreme Court is expected to rule on two landmark cases regarding gay marriage on Wednesday that could have ripple affects across the nation.
With signs and speeches, more than a hundred people spilled over onto the street, at the intersection of Oak Lawn and Cedar Springs in Dallas, sharing their support of same sex marriage.
A pro-gay marriage group says it’s “sorry” former first lady Laura Bush does not want to be included its national advertising campaign featuring prominent people speaking about gay marriage
Chick-fil-A issued a statement Wednesday saying that it planned to “leave the policy debate over same-sex marriage to the government and political arena.”
It was called “The National Same Sex Kiss In” and a kiss wasn’t just a kiss at Chick-fil-A restaurants Friday night. Gay activists have made it a symbol.
Thousands showed-up to support Chick-fil-A restaurants a couple of days ago. Now, gay activists are taking their turn in the food fight.
North Texans responded to the national Chick-fil-A “appreciation day.” Thousands of in-person and drive-through diners jammed restaurants across the area.
The chicken you choose could reveal your stance about gay marriage. Thousands of conservatives are expected to fill Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country on Wednesday.
Gay rights advocates were surprised Thursday that the president of the fast food restaurant chain Chick-fil-A has taken a public position against same-sex marriage.
Two men were arrested Wednesday after they were denied a marriage license in Dallas County. When denied, they sat down and handcuffed their arms together in protest.
Some believe that President Obama’s decision to support gay marriage prior to the 2012 election was a risk. But political analyst Salvator La Mastra thinks otherwise.