In yet another victory for gay marriage advocates, Judge Ortrie D. Smith of the U.S. District Court for the Western
“Growing up, having a husband was not part of the dream. I just unconsciously assumed I would be single for the rest of my life.”
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Cook County Clerk publication says out-of-state same-sex couples can obtain a marriage license in Illinois.
Decision stayed to allow for an appeal by marriage equality opponents.
Federal judge rules Bluegrass State must recognize same-sex marriage licenses from other states.
Political columnist Matthew Watson takes a look at the gay and lesbian cash in the mayor’s campaign war chest.
Chicago Phoenix political columnist Matthew Watson isn’t confident Illinois will deliver civil rights this time around. But he wants to be proven wrong.
Matthew Watson says the main story of New Jersey’s court victory is equality, not Gov. Christie’s possible 2016 presidential bid.
After a conversation with an anti-gay legislator, Warren Matson tells her she’s wrong about who she’s calling disordered.