Even If SCOTUS Passes Nationwide Marriage Equality, LGBT Americans Still Face Totally Legal Discrimination

Gaining marriage equality will go a long way toward creating equal rights for LGBT couples and families, but it certainly won’t fix all of the problems faced by the LGBT community. Some activists argue that many of the other issues faced by the LGBT community are more urgent than marriage equality.

Here's How Millennials Made Marriage Equality A Major Issue -- And How We Can Make It A Reality

From Civil Rights to Vietnam to marriage equality today, young people are big on taking action.

This Is What Equality Looks Like: The Story Of One Family's Big, Gay, Catholic-Jewish Wedding

Ingrid Elizabeth Eyen and Tylan “Ty” Greenstein got married with the full support of their family, even though some of Ingrid's relatives kept their orientation a secret in the past.

SCOTUS Has Heard The Case For Marriage Equality -- Here's What To Expect Next

Chase Strangio from the ACLU explains what happened in the Supreme Court last week and when we can expect a ruling on marriage equality.

8 Shocking Statements Opponents Of Marriage Equality Made During The First Week Of SCOTUS' Hearings

Here’s a roundup of some of the angriest, saddest, and most shocking things some very famous and influential people have recently said in opposition to same-sex marriage.

See The Moments From The Gay Rights Movement That Made Nationwide Marriage Equality Possible

Here’s a look at some powerful moments in the history of the LGBT movement that’s brought us to where we are today.

Here's What You Need To Know Right Now About The Supreme Court's Decision On Marriage Equality

This is what the case stands for, the arguments that have been given so far, and how you can take action.

When The Supreme Court Votes On Marriage Equality, This Family Will Be Defined By The Law

On Tuesday, April 28, the Supreme Court will hear a new marriage equality case that focuses on couples from Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee and Ohio, and has the potential of legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. The Johnson-Campion family, with the help of the ACLU, is representing Kentucky, and they want the world to know they’re a family like any other and they deserve the same rights.