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.
US Vice President Joe Biden said he supports equal marriage and the legislation to protect LGBT people. He would also protect lesbian and gay immigrants and expressed support for the opening of the military to transgender people.
Last Sunday, President Obama took it out on Republicans still opposed to equal marriage.
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The Supreme Court of the United States is about to rule on the equal marriage and this decision could make a difference not only in terms of access to marriage, but it is also a family matter as this could lead to the end of procedures for adoption of our own children.
Too few travel companies highlight LGBT couples, but lately Expedia did, which caused many reactions on Twitter.
The support of equal marriage increased further, it has now reached a record level of 59%!
By a 51-28 vote, the Slovenian Parliament approved the law allowing same-sex couples to marry and adopt.
Good news in New Jersey where the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County (UUCMC) now likes to «welcome» to LGBT people.
After long weeks of waiting, yesterday the Supreme Court ultimately refused to hear five cases of equal marriage which resulted to legalize marriage equality in these five states which are Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin!