21st June 2014
US: NOM claims 10,000 people attended failed anti-gay rally 23
1:59 PM — The National Organisation for Marriage has told supporters that 10,000 people attended their failed anti-gay rally - five times higher than other estimates.
13th June 2014
US: NOM president ‘disappointed’ people don’t know about anti-gay rally 31
12:45 PM — The president of the National Organisation for Marriage has admitted he is "disappointed" that the group's plans for a rally next week haven't received much attention.
3rd June 2014
US: NOM president ‘begging’ membership to show up to anti-gay rally 13
11:21 AM — The president of the National Organisation for Marriage is "begging" people to show up to the group's anti-gay rally this month.
4th September 2013
Video: Dan Savage launches his ‘Not All Like That’ project for Christians who support gay rights 20
3:46 PM — In a video posted online, gay activist and founder of the ‘It Gets Better Project’ Dan Savage has launched his new 'Not All Like That' (NALT) campaign for Christians who support LGBT civil rights.
7th June 2013
US: Illinois delayed vote on equal marriage a ‘stunning victory’, say opponents 11
9:39 PM — Opponents to equal marriage in the US state of Illinois have celebrated the fact that the bill to legalise same-sex unions never went to a vote a week ago.
17th August 2012
Gunman responsible for Family Research Council shooting is charged 33
10:26 AM — The gunman who opened fire at the offices of The Family Research Council (FRC) in Washington DC yesterday, whose full name is Floyd Lee Corkins II, has been charged with assault with intent to kill and interstate transportation of a firearm and ammunition.
10th October 2005
Connecticut Gets Gay Marriages
12:00 AM — In the state of Connecticut this week, a law allowing civil unions for same-sex couples took effect.The law is unique; it allows civil unions for same-sex couples with full benefits of a regular marriage, while at the same time defining marriage as between a man and a woman.Heterosexual couples are not allowed to receive civil unions. The license application will be identical to one for a regular marriage, except "bride" and "groom" are replaced with "party 1" and "party 2."