Hillary Clinton published an official statement to celebrate the day against the homophobia and the transphobia and here are some extracts:
The town council of Flagstaff wants to give more rights to LGBT.
After having said homophobe insults to a lesbian couple and after having broken a window of their car, a 22-year-old man kissed the ground before to be arrested by the police.
A new city is added to the list of cities which fight against discrimination based on gender identity. The city of Columbia in Missouri passed the law unanimously.
Today, the Court of Appeal of San Francisco will hear the arguments of the supporters and opponents to know if the video of the 2010 lawsuit must be or not released to the public and if the decision of Judge Vaughn to repeal the ban of gay marriage in California was impartial as he is gay.
Last year, a mother had filed a lawsuit against Kilgore Independent School District, Texas after 2 coaches of softball outed her daughter.
Howard County passed a law banning discrimination based on gender identity and expression in the areas of employment, housing, public accommodations, financing, health and social services.
Michele Bachmann, always in Iowa, assure us for the thousandths time that gay marriage is not possible for her and congratulates the judges who banned the law allowing gays and lesbians to marry in 2009.
A gay website decided to launch a petition to collect a maximum of signatures in order to push the Judicial Proceedings Committee of Maryland to legalize the gay marriage and Lezbelib decided to help to spread the word.
If you celebrate Thanksgiving, GLAAD invites LGBT people to share a moment between them and their allies.