Last week, I told you about the Reverend Oliver White in St Paul, Minnesota who, since his public support for gay marriage, had lost a part of his audience and as a result, it is now very difficult for him to keep the church opened. In the same week, another church, which was also supporting LGBTQ rights in Minnesota, was destroyed by the flames.
Another leader of a church called for a mass murder of LGBT people.
A poll of ABC News/Washington Post reveals there is a strong public support for gay marriage which exceeds strong opposition by a significant margin. It is the first time that the support exceeds the majority!
According to a new poll, voters of New Jersey want a referendum on gay marriage.
Tuesday, the White House threatened to veto if the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) did not include LGBT victims. Wednesday, the bill was passed by the House of Representatives without the LGBT portion.
Noel-Marie Kot and Miranda Haeick came out at the Northwest Career and Technical Academy in Las Vegas in February and were elected king and queen during the ball.
Following his support for marriage equality, President Obama was thanked by many celebrities. AllOut.org launched a card if you also want to thank him.
In most states of United States, LGBT people cannot be juror but that could change thanks to the bill introduced by Senator Scott Dibble of Minnesota.
The Don't Say Gay bill of Tennessee will not be voted in the House.
President Obama wanted to share by Twitter what he has achieved for the LGBTQ community.