Donald Trump's campaign strategy must be to flood us with so much nonsense that you cannot deal with any of it — there's always something else just around the bend. What is notably absent from the Trump campaign is a coherent message about anything at all. He's flip-flopped on pretty much every issue he has spoken on: birtherism, immigration, health care, women's health, taxes, releasing his own medical reports. You just can't tell where he is, what he stands for, or what he believes in,
When Jim Obergefell and his partner John Arthur looked into each other's eyes in a small medical jet on a tarmac at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and said "I do" in the summer of 2013, they knew it was a powerful turning point.
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh issued a legal analysis Monday arguing same-sex marriage bans in states across the country are based solely on "fear, prejudice, and hate," and must be overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
It's a good thing uninvited but down-to-party gal pal Doris showed up and there happened to be a rave scheduled in the woods nearby, or the road trip of "peace and tranquility" that Patrick had in mind might have made for a boring season two premiere of "Looking."
Later this month, an estimated 5,000 Presbyterians from all over the country will gather in Detroit for the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Among them will be 645 elected commissioners. This year, those commissioners will be voting on marriage equality.
The two women who successfully challenged the constitutionality of the federal law banning same-sex marriage received honorary degrees during Johns Hopkins University's commencement ceremonies in Baltimore on Thursday.
Johns Hopkins University will bestow an honorary degree next month on Edith Windsor, the woman who last year successfully challenged the constitutionality of the federal law banning same-sex marriage. Windsor's attorney, Roberta Kaplan, will also receive the honor.
Advocates in Maryland who backed the successful passage of the first statewide legal protections for transgender citizens in housing, employment and public accommodations this legislative session don't consider their work complete.
The Obama administration said Monday that it is processing Social Security benefits for same-sex couples, six months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Defense of Marriage Act.
I wonder if my Laurel friends and neighbors are aware of what's been happening in the military lately. Those who defend our freedoms have been losing theirs; instances of religious persecution in the military have become a somewhat regular occurrence.