Last week, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed a bill allowing businesses and churches to refuse service on the grounds of religious belief. But where it is pitiful is that the Governor Pence does not even know the law he signed.
A pediatrician from Roseville, Michigan, refused to care for a baby because of the sexual orientation of the baby's parents.
In 2013, a lesbian couple, wishing to marry, wanted to order a cake for their wedding in the bakery «Sweet Cakes by Melissa» formerly located in Gresham, Oregon.
Almost three months ago, South Carolina allowed same-sex couples to marry, but four bills were created to prohibit marriage equality again.
After a lesbian couple were thrown out of a café in Vienna for kissing in public, thousands of people gathered to protest and kissed.
Today, the world commemorates the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. For us, it is an opportunity to give a thought to those who perished in these camps, arrested and deported by the nazis because they were gay.
The Michigan House approved a bill that would allow discrimination of LGBT persons protected by religious belief.
While a few days ago Kansas City approved an non-discrimination order, a bill to allow public and private employees to refuse to serve same-sex couples on the basis of their religious beliefs may be submitted at the next legislative session in the state.
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would have allowed protection based on sexual orientation and gender identity, has been blocked by Congress.
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.