Cambridge church begins to perform same-sex “marriages”

South Dakota next in line for same-sex “marriage” legislation

Did Justice Kennedy ‘Schuette Down’ the Same-Sex “Marriage” ‘Inevitability’ Narrative?

State district judge deems Texas’ restrictions on same-sex “marriage” unconstitutional

Would same-sex “marriage” legalization boost the economy?

Judge to hear Oregon marriage case, NOM planning to step in

Three women are claiming to be “married” and are expecting a child

A response to “Freedom to Marry, Freedom to Dissent”

Archbishop of Wales hints that the Church might need to redefine marriage

South Dakota high school group considers allowing students to self-identify gender

Pro-marriage Illinois politicians replaced after opposing Pat Brady’s support for the redefinition of marriage

New York City councilman tells Chick-fil-A they are unwelcome in NYC

Texans who are against redefining marriage are now in the slight minority

For the first time, Georgia’s marriage laws will be challenged

    Shelton Stroman, 42, who manages a pet daycare center, and Chris Inniss, a 39-year-old veterinarian, are the lead plaintiffs. Two other couples, including two of Atlanta police officers, and a 34-year-old woman will also be listed as plaintiffs. Georgia has been one of five states in the country that doesn’t have same-sex marriage litigation pending. The lawsuit to be filed today will change that.


  • Posted: 04/22/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.ajc.com

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Nursery worker fired after standing up for Biblical view of sexuality

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