Does Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage Decrease Homophobia?
Botswana decriminalized homosexuality, and Ecuador just legalized same-sex marriage. Here's how research suggests LGBTQ policy might impact antigay bias.
'Marriage Is a Human Institution; It Doesn’t Come in One Shape That Fits Everybody'
The Supreme Court's landmark decision on same-sex marriage has put the issue of love and contracts front and center, and for legal scholars like Martha Ertman—author of the book Love's Promises: How Formal and Informal Contracts Shape All Kinds of Families—it's about time.
Straight Christians and the New Language of Martyrdom
The Supreme Court’s endorsement of gay marriage has forced homophobia to come out of the closet.
The Huge Victory for LGBT Rights Everyone Missed Amidst All the Same-Sex Marriage Celebration
A New Jersey jury just struck a blow against the dangerous way too many Americans think about homosexuality.
Last Week's Supreme Court Rulings Are an Opportunity for Republicans
How Republicans can move past issues that are dangerous to their party.
The Supreme Court Just Legalized Same-Sex Marriage
Historic 5-4 decision makes individual state bans unconstitutional.
Americans Underestimate How Many Other Americans Support Gay Marriage
And conservatives are especially far off.
What Is Ideology? Hans Noel and the Idea of Coalition Merchants
Why do those who support universal health care almost always also desire a ban on assault weapons? Ideology is more than just the sum total of our own individual political beliefs. An ideology is, in some ways, like a coalition of ideas.
Same-Sex Marriage and the Liberalizing Effect of the Jewish Faith on the Democratic Party
In just a few years, members of the U.S. Senate have made a dramatic shift.
News Outlets Show Significant Bias in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage
The public is in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage, but not by a margin of five to one, which is how a new Pew study weighs coverage during Supreme Court hearings for two landmark cases.