The board of Directors at the Andover Public Library in Kansas kept transgender children books entitled “I am Jazz”, “George” and “Lily and Dunkin” in the kids' section.
It’s official! New Jersey will allow the teaching of LGBTQ history in all public middle and high schools.
Bisexual Senator Megan Hunt introduced a bill to ban “conversion therapies” - their sale and their advertising - in Nebraska.
A new survey shows that 64% of California students are bullied. It’s way too much! State legislators have therefore introduced a bill to provide teacher training and funds to school districts to develop anti-bullying tools for LGBTQ+ students.
After 10 years of absence, out singer and musician Bitch presents “New Year”, a song advocating female empowerment. With this track, we can hear that the musical universe of the artist has evolved. Until then, we were used to her alt-folk duo Bitch and Animal, but today Bitch is back with a fun and catchy feminist anthem.
The US ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, has launched an initiative against countries criminalizing homosexuality.
Great news about the lesbian movie “Tell It to the Bees” since many screening rights have been purchased. Annabel Jankel’s drama featuring bisexual actress Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger will be broadcasted in several countries.
The Colorado House has approved two LGBTQ bills! HB 1129 will prohibit “conversion therapies” to minors and HB 1039 will allow one to change one’s gender on a birth certificate without surgery.
The CW has renewed a dozen series and many of them feature recurring LGBTQ+ characters or offer good visibility to our community.
In Kansas, a few lawmakers have introduced several bills that would describe same-sex marriage as a “parody marriage”, prevent the recognition of transgender people, and allow conversion therapies.