... and five other things you should know today.
LGBT activists arranged for more than 1 million to be delivered at once
A campaign out of Trinity College Dublin aims to make the issue personal
Last year, Rory O'Neill suddenly found himself at the heart of the campagin
Celebrating love in every form
With same-sex marriages now forbidden in their state, one of the first gay couples to be married in Alabama share their disappointment — and hope.
The possibility of nationwide marriage equality reignites debate
The Asian powerhouse, like many other places, is becoming increasingly more LGBT-friendly.
Stanley Rosenberg will finally practice a freedom he helped secure.
In the State of the Union Address, the president proclaimed marriage for gay men and women to be a civil right and mentioned lesbian, bisexual, and transgender in his speech.