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Which is honestly fine because there are about 80,000 other ways to eat more chicken in New York. READ MORE »


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Shortly after the United States Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the nation back in June, Kim Davis cited “God’s authority” and stopped issuing marriage licenses at her small town’s office in Kentucky.

But April Miller and Karen Roberts – along with three other couples – filed a lawsuit against her since what… READ MORE »


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Kim Davis believes that only people who want to discriminate like she discriminates should be allowed to discriminate. READ MORE »


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God these people are pathetic. READ MORE »


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Spectating Chicago’s Pride Parade is, from my perspective, objectively awful. I do it every year despite the fact that last year it was 95 degrees out and someone who lived above Bobtail Ice Cream at Wellington and Barry, where I was spectating, accidentally dropped a bottle of vodka from a third-floor window and it landed… READ MORE »


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Because whining at people to get married is totally a job for the president. READ MORE »


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Welp, we guess some idiot had to be the first to say it. READ MORE »


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Two doughs! TWO DOUGHS. READ MORE »


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Join us as we party through same-sex marriage news! READ MORE »


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If I were a Republican person running for president, I would be incredibly relieved after today’s Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage across the land. Why? Because it would give me an out in terms of having to condemn it while campaigning in order to appease my base, while simultaneously repulsing the vast majority… READ MORE »


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The Supreme Court is gearing up to rule on the issue of same-sex marriage by the end this month, and it seems like everyone has their fingers crossed one way or another. I am hoping it will put an end to this nonsense, because it’s certainly getting to be a bit embarrassing what with Ireland–one of… READ MORE »


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As the Supreme Court prepares to hear oral arguments at the end of this month regarding whether individual states’ gay-marriage bans violate the Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection for all citizens under the law, proponents against marriage equality have found a surprising new ally: gay men who are married to women.

As Slate reported, an amicus briefREAD MORE »


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Ireland will hold a public vote on the legal standing of same-sex marriage on May 22, and the lead-up to the decision is bringing out the worst in local homophobes. Thankfully, the tension is also bringing out the best in others, like Dublin stationery store Daintree Paper. In an effort to take a step toward equality, Daintree created… READ MORE »


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Woohoo, another victory for gay rights! READ MORE »


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So much for equality! READ MORE »


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Today in Lady News, Hillary Clinton talks about tech’s glass celiing, HBO is offering a fellowship for diverse writers, and there are two lesbians in the upcoming “Jem and the Holograms” movie. READ MORE »


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In the latest news from evil Texan men in power, on Friday, Attorney General Ken Paxton asked the state’s Supreme Court to revoke a marriage license issued to same-sex couple Sarah Goodfriend and Suzanne Bryant (above).

Bryant and Goodfriend have been together for over 30 years and a county judge granted them a… READ MORE »


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Seemingly out of nowhere, a important victory for marriage equality arrived today as the Supreme Court rejected bids from Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin to ban gay marriage, refusing to address cases in which their federal appeals courts decided that the Constitution affords same-sex couples the same marriage rights as straight couples. Basically, those… READ MORE »


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