A key Senate moderate says bipartisan progress is unraveling after two powerful Democrats kept negotiations on a spending bill out of view.
"Government has no business in their bedrooms," a Cruz spokesperson said about the state's sodomy ban.
Buttigieg, the first openly gay U.S. Cabinet secretary, said Sunday that his "marriage deserves to be treated equally."
Leading experts say a new Cuban Family Code was needed for "identifying the values of people for what they are and not for their sexual orientation or gender identity."
"Ted Cruz is openly signaling that Republicans plan on going after Gay marriage next," a Democratic congressional candidate tweeted.
"Obergefell, like Roe v. Wade, ignored two centuries of our nation's history," the Republican senator said.
My partner will have no parental rights over our child unless our lawsuit is successful.
President Joe Biden has a storied history with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas who recently voted to overturn Roe v. Wade.
"We know we are at risk in the Supreme Court, but we must do what we can," Obergefell told Newsweek.
The video of the Trump supporters explaining their reason for wanting same-sex marriage to be overturned has been viewed over 400,000 times.
Civil rights activist Jim Obergefell warned the Supreme Court was taking America backward and could now come after gay marriage after overturning Roe v. Wade.
The president denounced the Supreme Court's decision that overturns Roe v. Wade and rebuked Thomas for his words on marriage equality.
The conservative justice additionally argued that the Court's decision that criminal penalties for sodomy are unconstitutional should be overruled.
"I hate that we are not allowed to cry because it is 'weaponizing femininity' or we are being 'hormonal', 'psycho' or 'unreasonable,'" one user commented.
"Everything about this is beautiful": A yearly tradition, the lighting display will continue throughout Pride 2022.
She was determined to find out "what kind of girl would wear white to another girl's wedding" but soon regretted it.
"She will try anything to break you two up and try to make you miserable," one person commented on the viral post.
Aaron and Kayla Capener of Tennessee became best pals at 14, long before Aaron knew he was transgender.
Justice Samuel Alito's reasoning behind overturning Roe v. Wade might threaten other recently recognized rights, including same-sex marriage.
The decision deals a heavy blow to the islands' LGBTQ communities, which had hoped for a more favorable opinion from the court.
Harvey Fierstein's "I Was Better Last Night" is part memoir and part firsthand account of modern gay history.
A Colorado woman says a state anti-discrimination law violates her free speech and religious rights to refuse her website design services to same-sex couples.
The woman's boyfriend tried to talk her out of it but was accused of "throwing water in her flame of creativity."
"There was no book that I read that brought me to who I am," state Senator Shevirn Jones, the first openly gay Black person elected to the legislature, said.
If he were to win, Obergefell would be the second openly gay politician to serve in the Ohio's General Assembly.
Barronelle Stutzman settled with Robert Ingersoll and Curt Freed eight years after she refused a wedding job.
"House" star Kal Penn, 44, has revealed his 11-year relationship with partner, Josh, in his new book, "You Can't Be Serious."
Matthew LaBanca was fired for failing to "support and exemplify by his/her public conduct Catholic doctrine and morality."
"Two justices now openly call for an end to marriage equality—knowing reinforcements are on the way," Pete Buttigieg tweeted.