Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak wants every state to legalize same-sex nuptials, but he’s perfectly happy to reap the rewards for his own city in the meantime
It’s only been one week since same-sex marriage became legal in Minnesota, but the state already has its first gay divorce.
A GOP effort to ban same-sex marriage led to a gay rights milestone
In an historic time for gay rights, celebrities, politicians and athletes showed their support at Pride celebrations around the country.
The Supreme Court struck down the Defense Against Marriage Act, capping one of the fastest civil rights shifts in the nation’s history.
The gay and lesbian community has gone from Stonewall to the altar in two generations
From the first gay-rights organization to the battle for marriage equality, TIME looks at the history of the gay-rights movement
As the Supreme Court of the United States hears two cases in the appeals to state and federal laws restricting same-sex marriage, supporters and opponents demonstrate to support their views.
Although the President was directly involved in the government’s choice to enter the case, he is curiously silent on expanding the California ruling to states that don’t allow civil unions.
After years of resisting calls for it to drop its opposition to gay members and troop leaders, the Boy Scouts of America may finally — slowly — be changing its tune.
With a few words, the President put a raucous but emblematic uprising in New York City on par with two much-hallowed civil rights campaigns
The victories for gay rights activists were not just in Maine, Minnesota, Maryland and Washington. The vote on Nov. 6 may have been a national tipping point for the acceptance of gays and lesbians as everyday citizens
Several states had made same-sex marriage legal but this election day saw historic breakthroughs: equality has been mandated by popular votes