Roncalli Catholic High School in Indianapolis, Indiana asked one of her lesbian employees to dissolve her marriage or resign.
A federal judge in the state of Indiana has just ruled that two mothers had to be listed on the birth certificate of their children when they are married.
Eight married lesbian couples oppose Indiana law deemed discriminatory because it prevents the two mothers to be listed on the birth certificate of their children.
A lawmaker in Indiana threatens to launch a national debate on trans rights after introducing a bill that would ban their access to public bathrooms and locker rooms for not complying with their birth sex.
Indiana's lawmakers had first introduced a religious protection bill regardless LGBT rights. It seems they changed their plan with a new bill, but is it really a good compromise?
While today the Supreme Court of the United States hears arguments on marriage equality, we are seeing more and more religious freedom laws to be introduced in the states.
Although the Indiana Governor signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, all the same, the suburbs of the state rebel against this act.
While Indiana and Arkansas have both passed a Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said that if such a bill were to arrive on his desk, he would veto it.
We are in a month of bigotry! After the governor of Indiana who considered as non-discriminatory a law allowing businesses and churches not to serve LGBT persons, now it's Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear who thinks that banning same-sex marriage is not discriminatory because a straight person cannot marry a same-sex person too. Yes, Steve is pretty high up in the scale of bigotry.
Last week, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed a bill allowing businesses and churches to refuse service on the grounds of religious belief. But where it is pitiful is that the Governor Pence does not even know the law he signed.