Australia Votes Yes To Same-Sex Marriage, No Campaign Galant In Defeat

Australia has today voted decisively in favor of same-sex marriage with 61.6 per cent of people voting 'yes' and 38.4 per cent of people voting 'no'.

The Reality Facing The US Since Marriage Was Redefined Two Years Ago

The changes over just the last two years demonstrate that the Supreme Court decision resulted in more than simple legal recognition of “marriages”.

Beware The Global Force Behind Same-Sex Marriage

The push for “marriage equality” is hardly a movement by the masses – it is a select few manipulating many with global implications.

Christian student loses appeal against university expulsion for Biblical view of homosexuality

High Court upholds Felix Ngole's dismissal from Sheffield University social work course after he called homosexuality 'an abomination' on Facebook.

German parliament votes to legalise same-sex marriage

Germany’s parliament has voted to legalise same-sex marriage by 393 votes to 226, despite Angela Merkel opposing the move.

European Union Court to Rule on National Marriage Laws

Court of Justice to rule on same-sex marriage in landmark Romanian case ADF International argues EU should respect national sovereignty, warns of legal chaos.

Bait And Switch: How Same Sex Marriage Ends Family Autonomy

The goal isn't equality - it's abolishing an institution.

Angela Merkel will allow MPs free vote on gay marriage

Angela Merkel has said she is prepared to allow a free vote in the German parliament on same-sex marriage, a shift driven by changing public opinion.

‘We Want Real Change’: Gay Lobby Groups Join Forces To Fight For LGBT Inclusion...

LGCM has been working for more than 40 years to lobby for the full inclusion of gay, lesbian and bisexual people in the life of Christian churches, while Changing Attitude has focused on the Church of England for two decades.

Argentinian Judge Rules Widow Can Have Lesbian Wedding with Her Own Step-Daughter Because They...

A family court judge in Argentina has given a widow permission to marry the daughter of her late husband because 'they have the right to be happy'.