The things advance in Illinois where advocates for marriage equality succeeded so that the bill is heard by the senate today and a vote could take place rather quickly.
The marriage equality law took effect in Maryland!
The Trevor Project, organization which fights for LGBTQ youth, launches a new campaign 'TALK TO ME'. People become listeners for people who need support.
From now on, any Republican who would support marriage equality in Minnesota will be defeated said the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) which keeps $500.000 in order to fulfil this commitment.
Amber Hatcher, a 16-year-old lesbian, student in the state of Florida, wanted to observe the National Day of Silence which took place on April 20 and which is a campaign organized by the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network’s (GLSEN) for increasing students-and-teachers' awareness of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools.
The principle is simple: to remain silent during a day to call attention to the silencing effect of bullying.
So Amber, wishing to observe this campaign last April within her school, had required the permission of the her school principal Shannon Fusco who immediately threatened her with "ramifications".
Governor Jack Markell said in an interview that Delaware could legalize gay marriage in the next year.
A new poll organized in Maryland shows that 54% of voters are favorable to a law allowing marriage for gay and lesbian couples what is auspicious a few months before the referendum.
Next November, referendums on gay marriage will start in 4 states: Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington. HRC just says that it will invest $1 million divided between the 4 states.
Day after day, mayors of big cities said the company is not welcomed in their cities. After Boston, San Francisco, the mayor of Washington opposes the anti-gay company and Christinne Quinn, who could become the future lesbian mayor of New York City, also opposed to it, even launched a petition.
Yesterday, New York celebrated one year of gay marriage.