Yesterday, The New Yorker ran an article about Republican, Michele Bachmann. Her views on gay rights shocked some and intrigued others, causing many other newspapers to pick up on her words alongside those aforementioned.
The great news of these last days is the end of the law 'Don' t Ask, Don' t Tell' ordered by a federal Court of Appeal.
A new survey realized in Minnesota shows that most of the LGBT students have been bullied at school, this harassment was based on their sexual orientation.
The Rhode Island Senate passed the law allowing the civil unions for the gay and lesbian couples there are a few days and the Governor Lincoln Chafee signed it.
That is there, now we know the true identity of Amina Arraf, the "lesbian syrian" blogger. Behind the name of Amina Arraf hid actually Tom MacMaster!
In Virginia, to celebrate the Gay Pride month, a federal bank has decided to fly a gay flag. The delegate Robert Marshall wishes this flag be removed.
Amanda Bookers, a young lesbian, accused police officers from the county of Bartow in Georgia. They decided to drive her to evangelists "to cure" her homosexuality when they were supposed to drive her to the hospital to cure her addiction for drugs.
The president of the anti-gay organization, Exodus International, organized a meeting whose subject was how to keep Exodus International from social and financial oblivion?
A first step towards the victory ladies!!! Apple apparently removed the iphone application of the anti-gay group Exodus International which preached “gay treatment” after a petition signed by almost 150.000 people.