As Archbishop Charles Chaput weighs in on the firing of a gay Catholic school teacher on the Main Line, the leadership of the school is releasing a statement backing the decision, and saying it will not be reversed or modified.
A Philadelphia attorney has opened what he says is the first LGBTQ divorce firm.
Leaders in Philadelphia’s community rallied in Love Park Wednesday to celebrate the Supreme Court victory on marriage equality and to market the launch of a renewed effort for full equality.
Equality New Jersey’s Andrea Bowen says this was an amazing win, but the battle is far from over.
Across the country, people are celebrating the Supreme Court decision to uphold and legalize Gay marriage across the country, including right here in Philadelphia.
Damian Tracy works at CBS 3. He’s a friend, and a colleague, and at home, he’s a dad.
That’s because the first major U.S. protest for LGBT equality took place in front of Independence Hall back in 1965.
Following today’s historic ruling by the Supreme Court legalizing same sex marriage nationwide, Archbishop Charles Chaput released a statement.
Facebook added a new feature called “Let’s Celebrate Pride,” which will automatically put a rainbow-striped tint over your profile picture.
Rich discussed the Supreme Court’s decision regarding gay marriage Obamacare, Ryne Sandberg’s resignation, the New York prisoner escapees and much more. Rich spoke with Writer Charles CW Cooke at 3pm about gay marriage. He also spoke with Dr. Mazz during the Ask the Doctor segment at 4pm. Glen Macnow joined Rich to discuss Ryne Sandberg’s resignation at 4:50pm. Professor Ilya Somin weighed in on the Supreme Court’s ruling about gay marriage.
Today, Kenney recalled that during the 1990’s, when there was widespread and staunch opposition to his efforts for “domestic partnerships” legislation, he never could have imagined this moment.
Following today’s decision by the US Supreme Court overturning several states’ bans on gay marriage, political figures across the country were staking out various positions on the issue.
The National Constitution Center was inviting the LGBT community to celebrate today’s US Supreme Court decision afffirming the right of same-sex couples to marry.
Today, following the US Supreme Court decision overturning state bans on same-sex marriages, the sense of a watershed moment in US history was palpable.
While many in the LGBT community are celebrating the US Supreme Court’s decision today legalizing same-sex marriage, one advocacy group in Pennsylvania says the fight for gay rights isn’t over.