This Woman Wants To Make Marriage Equality A Reality For Native Americans

There are still sections of the country in which marriage equality is still illegal. And one woman is suing to to change that.

LGBT Couples Are STILL Being Denied Marriage Licenses

Clerks and judges throughout the US have been making headlines by refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

At Least 600,000 Americans Still Don't Have Marriage Equality -- Here's Why

All 50 states now have marriage equality, but the law doesn't apply to at least 600,000 Native Americans.

A Gay Couple In Kentucky Filmed Themselves Being Denied A Marriage License: Watch

A same-sex couple in Kentucky filmed themselves being denied a marriage license in their county-clerk's office.

We Asked Ralliers At Stonewall Inn To Tell Us Why Marriage Equality Matters To Them

Ralliers at New York City's iconic Stonewall Inn tell us why marriage equality is important to them.

The White House Went Rainbow To Celebrate Marriage Equality

The White House was bathed in a rainbow of lights to celebrate the SCOTUS' legalization of same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

Yep, Those Texas Comic Book Shop Owners Did Get Married Today

Kenneth Denson spoke to MTV News about marrying his husband, Gabriel Mendez, on today's historic date.

YAS — These ‘Broad City’ Stars Had The Best Response To The Gay Marriage Ruling

These "Broad City" stars celebrated the gay marriage ruling by lifting their shirts on Instagram.

NYC's Stonewall Inn Did Some Major Celebrating Today: See The Pics

Check out exclusive pics from the Stonewall Inn gatherings today in celebration of marriage equality.

After Landmark SCOTUS Ruling, Lena Dunham's Ready To Get Hitched

Lena Dunham is ready to get married now that marriage equality has been sustained by the Supreme Court of the United States.

Miley Cyrus On Marriage Equality Ruling: 'F--K YEAH!'

Miley Cyrus celebrated the marriage equality ruling with a message to fans on her Instagram.

The 2016 Presidential Candidates React To Today's Historic Ruling On Marriage Equality

The 2016 presidential candidates weigh in on the Supreme Court's decision that legalizes same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

So, When Can LGBTQ Couples Start Getting Married?

Today (June 26) the Supreme Court ruled that marriage is a right for all Americans, regardless of gender or sexuality. This ruling means that as of June 26, 2015, all 50 U.S. states MUST recognize all marriages AND issue marriage licenses to ALL couples who want to get married

Party In The Streets! See Photos From Marriage Equality Celebrations Around The Country

This morning the Supreme Court announced that marriage is now a guaranteed civil right in all 50 states, and the US became the 22nd nation in the world to legalize gay marriage. People are taking to the streets to celebrate this landmark decision -- see the pics!

From Hillary Clinton To Harry Styles, Marriage Equality Ruling Has Celebs Chanting ‘Love Wins!’

Let's take a look at the celebs who are celebrating marriage equality.

Watch This LGBTQ Family Find Out Their Moms Can Finally Get Married

Kinsey Morrison is an 18-year-old freshman at Stanford University. Her mothers, Karen and Audrey have been engaged for 20 years, but have been unable to wed due to a ban on gay marriage in their home state of Kentucky.

It’s Official: The U.S. Supreme Court Has Ruled In Favor Of Marriage Equality!

This landmark ruling establishes that the Fourteenth Amendment, which guarantees all US citizens equal rights and protections under the law, also guarantees all citizens the right to marry. States will now be legally required to issue marriage to all couples, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Here's How SCOTUS's Decision On Marriage Equality Could Change My Entire Life

This 18-year-old is ready for marriage equality so she can see her moms get married.

Guam Becomes The First U.S. Territory To Welcome Marriage Equality

Guam will start issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples on June 9, making it the first of the US Territories — which also include the US Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and the Northern Marianas Islands — to do so.

We Celebrated In The Streets As Marriage Equality Was Legalized In Ireland

Crowds cheered on the streets of Dublin shortly before 7pm Ireland time Saturday night, when the official result of the marriage referendum was announced. Ireland had just become the first country in the world to legalize gay marriage by popular vote, with 62% of the electorate backing historic legislation that would constitutionally enshrine the right of same-sex couples to marry.

They Said Yes! Ireland Votes In Favor Of Marriage Equality

On May 23, the luck love of the Irish kicked in when the country voted in favor of marriage equality. According to Leo Varadkar, a Cabinet minister who’s watching the counting of the votes, not a single district has voted majority “no.”

Jeb Bush Drops A Truth Bomb About What He Really Thinks Of Marriage Equality

Former Florida Governor and likely Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush just reminded everyone that even though he might be the most gay-friendly Republican, he’s officially opposed to marriage equality.

Did Ruth Bader Ginsburg Just Drop a Major Hint About The Supreme Court's Decision On Marriage Equality?

On Sunday afternoon she presided over a super fancy gay wedding in Washington DC, and, according to the New York Times, “With a sly look and special emphasis on the word ‘Constitution,’ Justice Ginsburg said that she was pronouncing the two men married by the powers vested in her by the Constitution of the United States.”

Actually, Not All Religions Are Against Gay Marriage

A number of religious groups have come out in their support of same-sex marriage.