Without surprise, Chick-fil-a announces its opposition to gay marriage. For those who would not know it yet, Chick-fil-a is the most important sponsor of anti-gay groups.
The attempt to overturn the law which requires public schools of California to cover gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual contributions (SB48) did not succeed.
A few week ago, I spoke about the rainbow cookie that Oreo had imagined and had posted on its facebook's page to show its support for marriage equality. Much of comments, positive and negative, were received by the company.
Doreen Bologovsky wished to sent a message to the company Kraft/Nabisco, which is the maker of Oreo cookies, to applaud their support however, Doreen used OneMillionMoms.com, which allows its users to send automated messages to the targets of its campaigns while having the possibility of editing this message in order to personalize it. Well, that's what is supposed to do each user of this service.
Imagine the surprise of Doreen when, after having checked the option "sent a copy to your email box", she realized that her message was not the one she had written.
The attempt to over turn the gay marriage law in Washington called Initiative 1192 has failed.
Kristene Chapa, one of the girl shot in Texas, is better and can now communicate.
For Immediate Release
Yesterday, the DC Republican Committee (DCRC), the DC equivalent of a state party, became the first Republican state party to insert inclusive language into its party platform leading up to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
The center for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and trans people in the Bronx will close following a fraud of the former executive director, Lisa Winters, who would have stolen $338,000.
David Blankenhorn, fervant defender of straight marriage and proposition 8 (he had testified besides for the prohibition during Prop 8 trial) informed that he now supports marriage equality.
In New York, a 5th-grade student wanted to talk on gay marriage in his school during a contest but his director bans him from doing it.
During the Utah Gay Pride Parade, the LGBT community was moved by more than 300 Mormons of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who marched "to send a message of love to the state’s LGBT community, a message they believe is compatible with their faith", they said.