We are everywhere in United-States!
Two lawmakers will push to pass a law to legalize the gay marriage in Washington the next year.
ACLU, in its combat against the web filters which block the access to LGBTQ websites in the schools, announced that a lawsuit would be engaged against Missouri's 4,100-student Camdenton R-III School District.
We always need to distribute some awards for stupidy and this week, we've got our winner ! Michele Bachmann, congresswoman in Minnesota, continues to affirm that gay men are a health risk for the public health, that it is a choice to be gay and that gay parents are inferior to straight parents.
California passed the bill which will allow integration of the history of our community in the schools' program.
A worrying bill in New Hamphire to repeal gay marriages could be studied at the beginning of the next year. This law could not only blocked new marriages but also gay and lesbian couples who are already married in the state.
Following the refusal of the governor of the New Jersey, Chris Christie, to sign a law allowing the marriage equality, 7 gay and lesbian couples decided to file a lawsuit against the State.
The legalization of the marriage in New York will still wait a little bit, republicans senators didn't vote yet.
Reed Gusciora, openly gay member of Parliament, wonders why New Jersey could not fight for marriage equality just like New York.