It took US Air Force veteran Helen Grace James 63 years to receive her 'honorable discharge'.
Kentucky Family Court Judge W. Mitchell Nance was forced to resign from his position for discrimination against LGBT families. He thinks that LGBT parents aren't good for a child. A complaint filed led to his resignation after his refusals in cases of adoption.
Lambda Legal filed a complaint against the Education and Justice departments. It requests explanations on their policy against transgender students.
The Department of Health and Human Services has begun to write a new protection policy that could affect LGBT patients and women who have had an abortion.
A few days ago, the Senate approved the anti-trans bill in Texas. As you know, a similar bill existed in North Carolina, but the battle continues. A lawsuit is under way. A few days ago, two other complainants, ACLU and Lambda Legal, joined. They rightly assert that the law that replaced HB 2 is still discriminating against LGBT people.
The US federal court refused to rehear the case of Jameka Evans. She had been discriminated against by her employer, the Georgia Regional Hospital in Savannah. Jameka had been forced to leave her job because she is a lesbian.
Well, last night was not easy, it turned into a real nightmare not just for the United States because, unfortunately, the extremists from other countries welcome this victory of Trump and say 'Let's do it too' and it's scary.
We will not lie, we will not say that it will be ok, we know the future for our community will be very hard, but are we going to give up and will we be silent? Certainly not.
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?
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.
Legal action launched in Colorado could push the United States to recognize the people who do not identify as "male" or "female" on passports.