Whenever a minority group fails to be the biggest topic during a presidential election, you know progress has been made. Early on in the 2012 debates, gay equality was all the rage, with the most poignant moment arriving in a YouTube video shown at a GOP primary debate in which gay soldier Stephen Hill asked Republican presidential hopefuls if they would repeal DADT—to which he received a memorable round of boos from audience members thanking him for his service. By the time Romney and Obama faced off, however, gay was out and uteri were in, with a dash of economic... More >>>