A report of Amnesty International shows that Turkey doesn't care about LGBT people.
McDonald finally made changes on its free wifi hotspots which satisfy LGBT groups.
Maybe a good news for Jamaica, its new Prime Minister could reconsider anti-gay laws.
Nigeria Senate passed the law criminalizing gay marriage. The next stages are a vote in the House of Representatives then the signature of President Goodluck Jonathan before to be effective.
Since now several weeks we hear of bills aiming at legalizing discriminations against LGBT people. Some of these laws, if approved, would even prevent any legal action and would thus block possible challenges against discriminatory laws like same-sex marriage bans.
Until a few days ago, there were four states, Idaho, Kansas, Arizona and Tennessee, to have introduced bills like that. From now on, one breathes a little bit better in Kansas where the bill was killed, but for how long?
In a divorce case, a judge in Texas has added a "morality clause" prohibiting a woman from living with her new partner.
Last year, we had spoken about Diane and Taeko who had wanted to stay in a Bed & Breakfast in Honolulu, Hawaii. Its owner had then refused to host them saying she felt uncomfortable to have lesbians in her house.