Botswana decriminalized homosexuality, and Ecuador just legalized same-sex marriage. Here's how research suggests LGBTQ policy might impact antigay bias.
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.
The Supreme Court’s endorsement of gay marriage has forced homophobia to come out of the closet.
A New Jersey jury just struck a blow against the dangerous way too many Americans think about homosexuality.
How Republicans can move past issues that are dangerous to their party.
Historic 5-4 decision makes individual state bans unconstitutional.
And conservatives are especially far off.
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.
In just a few years, members of the U.S. Senate have made a dramatic shift.
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.