As I had previously announced it to you, Lady Gaga was to go to the White House to discuss anti-gay bullying. The meeting took place Tuesday between the singer and the officials in the office of public engagement.
New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) is the most opened to LGBTs.
With the release of The L Word: The Complete Series on DVD, here's a bonus in which Ilene Chaiken announced her biggest regret! What a surprise, it is the death of Dana!
Equality Network needs you to push gay marriage in Scotland. Scottish government is organizing a "same-sex marriage consultation" and people from all around the word are invited to answer the poll.
In Puerto Rico, lawmakers would like to pass a law which would change the penal code so that LGBT hate crimes won't be regarded as hate crimes anymore.
Belgium enter in History! For the first time, the country will be directed by an openly gay man. Elio Di Rupo became the lead of the new government.
It is now sure, Sara Gilbert is in couple with Linda Perry. During The Talk, tv show she co-hosts, Sara indeed confirmed her relationship with Linda.
During a conference on AIDS, health secretary of Philippines, Enrique Ona, said parents "should rein in their homosexual children and get them tested."
Lady Gaga is back with an autobiographical film Marry The Night, very well made, in which she shows us not only Lady Gaga but also Stephanie Germanotta.
The annual conference of the Labor party in Australia started and it is planned that they speak about gay marriage and decide if the party support it or if they do a conscience vote. Its leader, Prime Minister Julia Gillard, is opposed to marriage equality but a majority of the members would like a law allowing gay and lesbian couples the right to marry and they will do everything to support it following the example of Australians which presented a petition of more than 140,000 signatures.