The State of Georgia joins the ever-growing list of States with a proposed law to prohibit “conversion therapies”.
If you live in Georgia (Europe), in Myanmar, in Kyrgyzstan, and in Uruguay, I have good news for you! The Human Rights Campaign has decided to join forces with four groups to defend the interests of the community.
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed the application for a lawsuit filed by Jameka Evans, a Savannah security guard dismissed by the Georgia Regional Hospital due to her sexual orientation and her non-compliance with Standards of appearance and behavior.
Let's be briefly back to the religious protection bill that was debated in the Senate of Mississippi just to tell you that the senators approved the House Bill 1523, which prevents the government to prosecute any person or business that does not want to serve LGBT people.
Georgia (I specify that it is the European country and not the US state) could actually soon rule on the equal marriage ban in its constitution.
This is certainly the wish of Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili who announced his intention to amend the text to describe marriage as a union only between a man and a woman.
Two days ago I mentioned that the State of Georgia in which a bill which allowed protection of religious leaders has been passed by the House and is now heading for the Senate, the bill called the "Pastors Protection Act" poses no problem since there is no discrimination, it simply allows pastors not to be forced to celebrate same-sex marriages if they don't want to do it.
But today we unfortunately learned that a powerful Senate committee has actually mixed another bill with this act, and this addition is clearly discriminatory against the LGBT community.
Georgia lawmakers have approved a bill that will allow religious leaders not to celebrate marriages between same-sex people.
A Gregorian lawyer launched a challenge before the Constitutional Court to legalize marriage equality in Georgia.
After the Alabama Supreme Court denied parental rights to a lesbian mother, the U.S. Supreme Court could restore them.
Simone Bell, who remains the first black and openly lesbian legislator in Georgia, will leave her position, but don't worry, we won't lose her.