Today, we sort of celebrate (I would prefer that this day does not exist) the annual International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) but why this day is so important?
The croatian government could pass more rights for gay and lesbian couples.
Amber Heard will play soon in a new film with Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Alba.
Last month, the congress of Chile passed the anti-discrimination law to protect LGBT people but as I had then specified, it remained the approval of the final version so that this law is completely adopted. Finally, a few days ago, the congress passed the anti-discrimination law after 7 years of discussion.
Out With Dad is of return for the continuation of the season 2. Remember Rose had finally succeeds in coming out but following that, her father had done THE mistake by outing her daughter while he was speaking with the mother of Vanessa, who does not have the right to see Rose anymore. Following that, Rose was in anger afterwards her father. This is now finished and Rose and her dad try to understand each other going to a PFLAG sharing meeting.
The series of monologues continues with this time, Tess who tells us about her and Katie, the daughter of one of her mother's friends who was straight but needed to practice kissing before she went on a date with a boy.
Tomorrow, we will be able to watch the episode 4 of Lip Service but here already an extract of this new episode.
Historic moment in United-States! President Obama officially supports marriage equality, after months and months of waiting and whereas some LGBT activists had decided not to donate more in the campaign of the candidate president going even until saying that they would not vote for him following his refusal to sign the bill against LGBT discrimination in employment.
In North Carolina, in spite of the efforts to render comprehensible that the passage of the amendment one was going to be discriminatory not only for LGBT couples but also for unmarried straight couples and for certain child, voters approved the amendment and the gay marriage is thus banned in the constitution of the state.
One breathes a little better in France, no more conservative in charge of the country after the election of François Hollande as president yesterday.
In San José, Costa Rica, a restaurant was discriminatory towards a lesbian couple following a kiss between the two women.