"This is not an easy conversation for a lot of people who have, frankly, been brung up in a certain way and are struggling to get on to the right side of history," the openly gay presidential candidate told CNN.
The Tony-nominated musical tells the story of an Indiana teen barred from bringing her girlfriend to the school dance.
"I was just so proud that I was able to do that," Rep. Denver Riggleman said officiating the wedding of two former campaign volunteers.
"Mostly it was love at first sight," says Ash Summers of her maternal grandmother and her 'Aunt P,' who met and fell in love in 1976.
The Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC) voted Friday to evict a pastor and expel his Minneapolis church from the denomination, ending a five-year conflict over LGBT inclusion.
Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott previously faced calls to resign over Islamophobic Facebook posts.
The president noted that while some people may have a problem with Buttigieg's gay marriage, he has "no problem with it whatsoever" and thinks "it's good."
However, Scott Chen asserted that he was a supporter of gay marriage.
Jackie Chan's estranged daughter, Etta Ng Chok Lam, had previously attributed her homelessness to "homophobic parents" on social media.
While still predominately Catholic, Ireland has voted to legalize abortion.
Costa Rica will join numerous other Latin American nations and countries around the world that legalized same-sex unions.
This kind of thought policing is becoming a trend for politicians on the left.
Two videos posted to YouTube nearly 10 years ago show a candidate for New Mexico governor, who is running unopposed in the GOP primary, making demeaning remarks.
The book has a foreword by former Republican presidential contender Mike Huckabee.
Voters took to the polls in Costa Rica on Sunday as a same-sex marriage debate rocked the predominantly Catholic state's presidential election.
The two helicopter pilots met while "don't ask, don't tell" was in effect.
Church guidelines dictate that pastors "are not permitted to officiate at same-sex unions." But Rev. Judy Peterson did it anyway.
"I just cannot sit by and just let her take that seat without a fight," Ermold told Newsweek.
The Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that lets the state take away spousal benefits under employee insurance plans.