GLAD Publishes Toolkit to Assist Transgender People Making Changes
Last week, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed into law a bill that updates the state’s birth certificate procedures, enabling transgender people to change their birth certificates to the appropriate gender without having to …
This is a decision of enormous magnitude, one that brings great joy to millions of families – gay and straight – across this country.
So, today as we celebrate what is a landmark ruling, let us also rededicate ourselves to ensuring that all of us – all Americans -- no matter who they are or …
The marriage equality movement has deep roots in New England. GLAD is honored to have worked with so many courageous people who fought for their right to marry all across the New England states, and whose work inspired so many others across the country to do the same.
It’s been wonderful to see so many of these plaintiffs celebrating as what they helped get started finally culminated in a … Read More →
On April 28, 2015 GLAD’s Civil Rights Project Director Mary Bonauto argued on behalf of marriage equality at the Supreme Court.
Two months later, on June 26, the Supreme Court ruled that yes, same-sex couples are guaranteed the freedom to marry and the right to recognition of their marriages.
On the afternoon of that historic day, GLAD held a community call open to all. GLAD’s Executive … Read More →
Community Call: Doe v. Clenchy 1-31-2014
Marriage Equality at the Supreme Court: From Goodridge to Obergefell
On April 28, 2015, Mary Bonauto will argue before the U.S. Supreme Court for the freedom to marry for all same-sex couples nationwide. In 2001 Mary and Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) filed the case that first brought marriage equality to the U.S. - with the landmark 2003 Goodridge v. … Read More →