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Four LGBTQ stories you need to know now
Buttigieg also addressed his past criticism of Mike Pence for opposing same-sex marriage and LGBTQ rights
The Ohio Republican Party called her comments "utterly unjustifiable"
Candice Keller said that the "breakdown of the traditional American family" was to blame, not white nationalism or gun laws
But Rep. Denver Riggleman's colleagues did pass a motion of no confidence in him for ignoring GOP opposition to same-sex marriage
Rev. Dan Collison, along with his entire congregation, was expelled from the Evangelical Covenant Church
Rep. Doug Lamborn objected to an episode of children's cartoon 'Arthur' which showed a gay wedding
Prior to the repeal of DOMA, married same-sex couples were denied tax benefits that heterosexual couples enjoyed
One gay lawmaker said the legislation was "born out of prejudice"
Taiwan's president said the island nation had taken a "big step towards true equality"
Scott Morrison refused to say whether he believed gay people go to hell, but eventually responded after being called out by a political opponent
Buttigieg spoke to CNN's Van Jones about how he met his husband and why Chasten is "one of the best things" he has going for...
Chick Fil-A donated $1.6 million to an organization with a "sexual purity" policy that bans "homosexual acts"
Pastor John Piper calls girlfriend's beliefs that homosexuality is not a sin a "deal-breaker" leading to "eternal destruction"
Frederick Colosimo was only able to be married for seven months prior to his husband's death