The other day I shared with you the good news from Italy, where the Senate approved the civil unions bill, a first recognition of LGBT couples, and I mentioned the fact that the adoption, which was part of the original bill, had been simply erased, but still remained an option for accessing some recognition of adoption through the courts.
Several bills related to the LGBT community are about to be voted or not by Florida lawmakers.
The Rome Court of Appeals has authorized the adoption of a daughter by her second mom.
After the Alabama Supreme Court denied parental rights to a lesbian mother, the U.S. Supreme Court could restore them.
Just before the start of the new school year, a five-year-old girl was expelled from kindergarten at a school in San Diego, California under the pretext that she has two moms.
A few months ago, it was discovered that children could be created with three different DNA, knowing that this technique is intended for mothers carrying a gene that can cause serious disease in their children.
Today, we learn this time that researchers from Cambridge University and the Weizmann Institute in Israel have discovered a process that would allow same-sex couples to have biological children.
In 2013, we started to follow April DeBoer and her partner Jayne Rowse, a couple of lesbian moms from Michigan determined to do everything to bring equal rights to their children. It is thanks to the courage and the will of these two women that the right to marry was legalized in the United States.
Today, we leave them in the best possible way. Indeed, April and Jayne were married this weekend!
Good news in Utah, where a lesbian couple got the opportunity to see their names listed on the birth certificate of their baby.
Three LGBT couples in Arkansas try to assert their right to have the names of both spouses on the birth certificates of their children.
The Supreme Court of the United States is about to rule on the equal marriage and this decision could make a difference not only in terms of access to marriage, but it is also a family matter as this could lead to the end of procedures for adoption of our own children.