We just heard the good news, Texas anti-trans bill is dead!
Know that in the airport of Cartagena, there is now a gender-neutral bathroom.
A few days ago, the Senate approved the anti-trans bill in Texas. As you know, a similar bill existed in North Carolina, but the battle continues. A lawsuit is under way. A few days ago, two other complainants, ACLU and Lambda Legal, joined. They rightly assert that the law that replaced HB 2 is still discriminating against LGBT people.
In Texas, the anti-trans bill advances a little more. The Senate Bill 3, which would legalize discrimination against transgender people, has received approval from the State Affairs committee and the Senate.
House speaker Joe Straus told the Texas Association of Business that a ban on access to public toilets for transgender people could be "bad for businesses."
Several anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced in Kentucky and Virginia.
After a refusal of the school board to allow her to use the girls' bathrooms, Juliet Evancho and two other students filed lawsuit against their school district.
A new anti-discrimination law has entered into force in Massachusetts preventing public places to discriminate anyone on the basis of gender.
Following the decision of North Carolina to vote an anti-trans law, a seven-year-old boy went to the streets with banners to protest against it and show his support for his transgender best friend.
Since the beginning of the year, a battle about the transgenders rights to use public toilets for men and women as they please in the city of Houston oppose the mayor and a group of Christian pastors.