Back in Tasmania where a few days ago we had great news because, for the first time, the two legislative chambers agreed to support the legalization of marriage equality in Australia and here today we learn that the government wants to amend the Anti-Discrimination Act to allow religious freedom and therefore approve the discrimination of LGBTQ people.
Last Friday Kate Drumgoole (on the right) and her wife were in court to defend their rights after Kate was dismissed from the Paramus Catholic High School in New Jersey because she is married to a woman.
I confess that we are concerned over the situation in Indonesia after the publication of a report denouncing the attitude of the Indonesian Government and its policy towards the LGBT community.
Following the refusal of the University of Guangdong not to give diplomas to two lesbian students, considering that their marriage is against the rules of the University, over 180 LGBT people around the world have written an open letter to call the university president to create a tolerant environment study.
A new case of discrimination by a baker in Toledo, Ohio, where the "Take The Cake Bakery" refused to make a birthday cake for a lesbian client.
We have had a narrow escape in Mississippi! Indeed, just before the law allowing more "protections" to the opponents of equal marriage comes into effect, a federal judge has blocked it.
The city of Oxford in Alabama will now ask you to pay a $500 fine, in the best case, for the use of "wrong" restroom.
While students of the Foothill High School in Palo Cedro, California had nominated a lesbian couple as prom queens, the school administration found this nomination unacceptable because "unfair to the boys".
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has delivered its verdict in the case of Gavin Grimm, a transgender student from Virginia, who had launched a challenge against Gloucester High School, which forbade him access to the school restrooms, he was restricted to using "alternative, private" facilities.
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.