The citizenship study guide received by the new Canadians finally mentions gay and lesbian rights.
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.
Whereas Jean-Louis Borlo, who supports gay marriage, announced that he would not be candidate to the presidential elections of 2012 in France, it would seem François Hollande, another candidate, is not so supporting gay marriage and adoption for gay and lesbian couples such as he said it.
After the homophobe remarks of the pope Benedict, a Belgian senator wants her country protests officially by the means of the higher representative of the church of the Belgium Giacinto Berloco.
The House Armed Services Committee approved a bill which could delay the end of DADT.
A group of married gay and lesbian soldiers decided to sue the federal government because it refuses them the recognition, benefits and family support which are granted to heterosexual soldiers but who are not granted to gays and to lesbians because of DOMA.
In Anoka-Hennepin School District, conservative Christian parents ask teachers to teach about the "ex-homosexual" movement and "gay-related immune deficiency". They would like the policy prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity is not applied thinking it would open the schools to pro-homosexual teaching, so they want discriminations towards LGBTs continue.
From now on the State of California will not be able to enter into contracts of more than $100,000 with companies refusing to give equal benefits to the same-sex spouses of their employees, the governor Jerry brown just signed the legislation.