Researchers have discovered that when it comes to "general health and family cohesion," it's the children of same-sex couples, as opposed to traditional couples, that really shine. In a world where some people are still living the archaic dream of "one father and one mother does a family make," this is beautiful scientific news. See more facts that will prove that gay parents really have this parenting thing in the bag.
OkCupid is publicly boycotting Firefox after it was discovered the company's new CEO supports an anti-same-sex marriage group. See other companies, from General Mills to Men's Wearhouse who support love equality.
One of the largest studies of relationships ever has finally reported its findings. Conducted over a two-year period that encompassed 5,000 people of all relationship statuses, ages and sexual orientation, the study reveals some pretty interesting keys to keeping your relationship happy. We break it down for you.
This year, there were some major key players who loudly and fearlessly sounded off, stood their ground and didn't waiver in their belief that marriage is indeed a human right, and not one that should only be afforded to straight couples. These people, just as those before them and those who will come after them, who have fought for equally, will forever be associated with one of the most important rights: the right to love and have that love be recognized.
As more and more gay couples gain the right to tie the knot, take a moment to consider your finances. What perks and money traps are part of marriage? This coming out and life coach has some real talk for your financial future as a taken man (or woman!).
Unfortunately, the pasta brand isn't the only anti-gay company out there. From Urban Outfitters to Cracker Barrel, here are the companies that still refuse to see everyone as equal.
More lesbian moms have been featured on our TV screens recently, from the Disney channel casting their first lesbian couple in one of their hit TV shows, to ABC Family debuting The Fosters, centered on a lesbian couple with a blended family, the attention might be for good reason.
The news of the DOMA repeal and the squashing of Proposition 8 was a major milestone on the journey to true equality in the United States. LGBT couples will now be recognized by the federal government and allowed to exercise the rights that they've worked and waited a long time to get.
While the jury is still out on whether or not the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) will still stand, how can this affect straight marriages, already acknowledged by law? What is it about the idea of gay marriage that seems to threaten people so much that they try to pass laws against it?
On November 6, 2012, Maine became the first state in the country to approve gay by voter referendum. Most same-sex couples celebrated the news. But, presented with the possibility of getting married, other gay couples began reacting in an unexpected way.
On Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear two cases, one regarding the legality of gay marriage and whether the federal rights granted to heterosexual couples should also be granted to same sex couples. Depending on how they decide by next summer, gay marriage could be legal in the United States!
Reportedly, Bristol Palin received death wishes for her recent blog post about Obama's support for gay marriage. The 21-year-old plastic-surgery fiend took to her blog after the prez's announcement last week, accusing him of deferring to Sasha and Malia when making policy decisions.
It's time to break out those dancing shoes again! The TV world is all abuzz with the upcoming premiere of the celebrity dance competition on Sept. 19, and especially with the announcement of the Season 13 cast this past Monday, ABC and Dancing With The Stars made history by casting Chaz Bono, its first transgendered contestant.
Rashida Jones just can't stop talking about her experience making out with Zooey Deschanel, whose girlfriend she plays in 'Our Idiot Brother.' Or is it that people just can't stop asking her about it?