Moments after the Supreme Court guaranteed everyone in the country the right to marry the person of their choosing this past Friday, gay America’s greatest allies sprung into action, loudly broadcasting their support for the decision. Without a thought to detractors, without a worry about the shrinking minority of…
Friday’s Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage was a historic moment for civil rights in America, and for the first time ever, Facebook released a tool that encouraged people express solidarity with a rainbow profile picture. Naturally, Facebook is also keeping track of who’s using it. [Update: Facebook…
Yesterday, the internet was aglow with joyful, rainbow-clad celebration following the Supreme Court’s historic decision on gay marriage. Last night, landmark buildings and infrastructure around the country were showing off their pride, too. Here are some highlights.
Around the world, and on every social media platform, people are celebrating the Supreme Court’s decision on marriage equality. Here are some of our favorite reactions.
The lead author of a study claiming that short conversations can dramatically alter a person’s view on same-sex marriage has issued a retraction upon learning his co-author may have forged the data.
Just days after OKCupid called out Mozilla's CEO Brendan Eich over his support of a ban on gay marraige, Mozilla announced today that Eich "has chosen to step down." [Mozilla via Re/code]
Seen a few profile pictures change in support of gay marriage recently? The all-seeing eye of Facebook has seen quite a few, and from that ocean of data, it's whipped up a comprehensive map of gay marriage support in the America.
Microsoft, along with Nike and RealNetworks, believe Washington's failure to recognize gay marriage has gone on long enough. So they've called out the state government, pushing for legislators to pass the two gay marriage bills currently circulating through their chambers.
Mark Reed and Dante Walkup had been together for 10 years when they decided to get hitched. There was one problem: they wanted to be wed at home, in Texas, where gay marriage is illegal. So they fired up Skype.
Earlier today, a California judge overturned Prop 8, a referendum banning same sex marriage, deeming it unconstitutional. Great news! Here's a quick rundown of the tech companies that contributed to bringing about this historic ruling.