As we had seen a few days ago, both Oklahoma and Kansas approved laws allowing adoption agencies to discriminate against LGBT families. Connecticut, for its part, has decided to welcome LGBT parents who want to adopt or foster a child.
Good news in Utah, where a lesbian couple got the opportunity to see their names listed on the birth certificate of their baby.
That's it, Israel began to issue identity cards to children with same-sex parents on which one can see the two fathers or two mothers and not just "father" and "mother."
This discrimination makes no sense because the daughter of the mayor of Houston was initially unable to pass her driver license because she has two mothers.
A big survey of families with gay and lesbian parents will be launched in France!
Apparently, there will still not be the possibility of having a baby by insemination for the French lesbians.
In the Netherlands, the second lesbian mothers can finally officially identify the children of their partners.
Every day, when one watch the news on television, we hear about the extremely alarming situation in Ukraine. Crimea was annexed by Russia but nobody talked about the Crimean LGBT people who, at once, passed under the Russian laws?
A baby in Tennessee made history! Indeed, Emilia Maria Jesty became the first child to have her two moms listed on her birth certificate.
In Argentina, a lesbian couple obtained the right to make baptize their baby by the Catholic Church. The president Cristina Fernandez became the godmother besides.