Despite the Supreme Court ruling, the state was left with an obscure law unlike any other in the the nation that prevents those in same-sex relationships and not sharing a residence from accessing protective orders for domestic violence.
We have to face facts. … due to the Trump Administration as well as the retirement of Supreme Court Justices, progress made in many areas is in jeopardy. Is marriage equality one of the achievements that could now be rolled back?
A new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) shows increasing support for marriage equality across almost all states, faith communities, races and other social groups — with only few glaring exceptions, North Carolina among them.
Actor and activist Omar Sharif Jr. opened up in an op-ed for Hornet entitled “A Voice for the Voiceless: Amidst a Brutal Crackdown, This Gay Egyptian Looks for Hope.” The piece shared what it is like being a gay Egyptian in the public eye and the weight it carries both in the U.S. and in …
In a ruling against marriage equality in North Carolina, 4th Circuit Court of Appeals judges dismissed a lawsuit against State Bill 2, which allows clerks to recuse themselves from performing marriages inconsistent with their “sincerely held religious objection.”