The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has released its annual report on municipalities and their laws, policies, and services for LGBT people. This sixth edition of the Municipal Equality Index focused on 506 US cities in all states with 44 different criteria. The results you will discover are comforting. Historical progress has taken place.
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.
Saturday was therefore organized a great women's march, which had a huge success with several million people gathered together to defend the same values.
IBM's diversity chief Lindsay-Rae McIntyre issued a blog that lists what IBM does for its LGBTQ workers in the US and worldwide.
In order to make the state of Utah more gay-friendly, Human Rights Campaign decided to organize a tour in 17 cities.
North Carolina Senator decided to push a federal legislation to bar anti-LGBT employment discrimination.
Marylanders for Marriage Equality (Human Rights Campaign, Freedom to Marry and Equality Maryland) will try to push the legislation allowing the gay marriage in Maryland.
Elizabeth Taylor, LGBT icon, dies this morning. She was 79 years old.
A legislation ensuring that in many cases COBRA benefits would be available for LGBT Americans if their partner quits or loses its job has been introduced in the House and in the Senate.