As we gear up for the Supreme Court oral arguments on April 28, 2015, Human Rights Campaign takes us back on the journey along the way. Are you ready to be a part of history? Where will you be when this announcement is made?
The site, which will be updated periodically with any new developments impacting tax laws for LGBT couples, provides the only inclusive, accurate listing of filing regulations in all 50 states. The National LGBT Bar Association, BNY Mellon and White & Case LLP, announced Monday the launch of the Association’s Online LGBT Tax Resource for […]
By Henry Amador Tired, irritated, angry, distant, envious, tired, overwhelmed, tired, judgmental, did I say tired? These are some of the ways I have been feeling lately and that really has me feeling, well… tired, irritated, angry, distant, envious, overwhelmed, judgmental and tired, really tired. I was recently featured in an article on Buzzfeed about […]
In 1981 tennis player Martina Navratilova became one of the first athletes to come out. Now, she is a married woman. Nine-time Wimbledon winner Navratilova married her longtime girlfriend, model Julia Lemigova, at New York’s Peninsula Hotel on December 15. Navratilova spoke to the BBC an hour after marrying her wife. “I’m 58-years-old and I got married for the […]
On November 28, Finland became the 12th European nation to legalize same-sex marriage after the Finish Parliament narrowly approved the citizen’s initiative in a 105 to 92 vote. Those against the measure said children need both a mother and father. “This is a question of the future of our children and the whole society, and […]
Eight years after dating, Sean Hayes and his partner, music composer Scott Icenogle, have secretly wed. Hayes stirred the pot when he appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show wearing a silver band at the end of October. The former Will & Grace star confirmed his marriage on Facebook with a photo of the couple and a caption that read: “Here’s a […]