Marriage is legal in 50 states, discrimination is still legal in 31 of them. Created by Ad Council, Gill Foundation and agency CP+B with research assistance from Redscout, "Beyond I Do" is a new compaign that "promotes acceptance, empathy and understanding for the millions of LGBT Americans who can be kicked out of their homes, fired from their jobs or denied services because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.”
SMIRNOFF announces the next chapter of their “We’re Open” initiative. Bringing together leading non-binary artists and performers. Together with LGBT Foundation, the campaign aims to spark conversation, create positive change in nightlife culture and lead a movement to make it a more open-minded and socially inclusive space.
You have all heard about the intrusion of Russia into the US presidential elections. They targeted the Democrats and particularly Hillary Clinton. Well, Russia has come closer to LGBT people and other specific people like Muslims through pages and advertising campaigns on Facebook to manipulate them.
Not even time to talk about rainbow Doritos than there are already no more available. These rainbow Doritos had been on sale in partnership with It Gets Better.
Recently, the Mississippi adopted a law making it possible the companies to discriminate our community based on their religion. Signed by the governor Phil Bryant, this law will return into force in July. Certain companies already clearly displayed their beliefs by putting anti-LGBT stickers on their doors.
Only, which the opponents had not provided, it is that companies decide to make the completely reverse by clearly displaying their support for the LGBT community. Too bad!
There is some days, United Kingdom announced that it would not help financially countries which do not respect LGBT people anymore. After the reaction of Ghana, it is from now on Ugandan government which reacts.
A campaign launched in England having for goal to bring the gay marriage and the civil union for everyone will be studied by the European Court in the week.
The Trevor Project, organization which fights for LGBTQ youth, launches a new campaign 'TALK TO ME'. People become listeners for people who need support.
The New Yorker proposes an assessment on the victories of the LGBT community and on President Obama.