The municipal council of D.C. has approved the bills banning “ex-gay” therapies to minors and religious institutions to discriminate against LGBT student groups.
Finally, the Gay Pride of Belgrade didn't take place Sunday as planned. After 4 months of preparation, the organizers were informed a few hours before it starts by the authorities that the Gay pride was prohibited.
The battle always continues in Minnesota. The Minnesota Association of Professional Employees (MAPE) voted and unanimously against a referendum which can place the ban of gay marriage in the constitution of the State.
The three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of appeals, which had heard the oral arguments in the Prop.8 case, said that they could not make any decision until the Californian Supreme Court indicates if the supporters of the proposition 8 have the right or not to defend it in front of a federal judge.
A bill to prohibit anti-gay therapies to minors in Washington will be soon introduced.
One learned today that President Barack Obama could intervene and ask the U.S. Supreme Court to repeal marriage equality ban in California.
The governor of Minnesota Mark Dayton stated he wants "Minnesota to be a state which affirms that freedom for one means freedom for everyone, and where no one is told that it is illegal to marry the person you love."
The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Michigan decided to file a lawsuit to fight against a discriminatory new law which prohibits a lot of public entities to provide health care insurance to their employees' domestic partners.
A lesbian couple, Diane Cervelli and Taeko Bufford, were victim of discrimination by a Hawaii bed and breakfast's owner.
New Jersey is on the right track to become the second state, after California, to ban therapies for minors known as "reparative" or "ex-gay". The question which arises from now on is to know if Governor Chris Christie, in case the legislators approve the ban, will veto the law as he previously did for marriage equality.