Today, the mid-term elections are taking place in the United States and the results will have repercussions for the LGBT community.
The Democrats have promised to do everything to defend our rights.
Nancy Pelosi announced that if the Democrats regain control of the House, one of their priorities will be to extend federal protections against discrimination.
Democrats have decided to include non-binary people in the Democratic platform. A new language was adopted at a meeting of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in Chicago.
What a victory! Sharice Davids became the Democratic candidate in the Third Congressional District in Kansas. She managed to win against Kevin Yoder, a Republican who served since 2011. Beforehand, she had defeated five Democratic candidates.
22 Democratic state representatives from Texas endorsed Lupe Valdez in her race for governor.
While Trump is heading the US government, a new poll reveals that support for the marriage equality law has broken a new record in the United States again!
During the weekend, the Democratic party met to work on its new platform now regarded as the most LGBT-inclusive in history.
Three Democrats would like Ohio state laws catch up with public opinion by bringing more equality and protection for LGBTQ people.
In Missouri, Republican senators obtained, by a 23-9 vote, the opportunity to introduce a bill that would prohibit the government to prosecute individuals and any businesses that would refuse to serve or to provide goods for marriage ceremonies or celebrations of same-sex couples based on their religious beliefs.
The battle also continues between the Democratic primary candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Before the primary officially start, we saw that Sanders and Clinton already clashed over who was the greatest supporter of LGBTQ rights.
Now, the battle between the two candidates from the Democrats clan has intensified since the results do not clearly show a winner. So, not again! Sanders highlights the fact that he was in favor of the equal marriage before Clinton and she highlights the fact that she is endorsed by pro-LGBT organizations.
Some years ago, presidential candidates clashed on LGBT rights with, on one side, those who were in favor of LGBT rights, and on the other hand, those who were against. Today, the Democratic candidates are fighting to know who is the best support for LGBT voters.