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us congress lgbt

 

152 LGBTQ elected officials have launched a major initiative in the United States exhorting the 116th Congress to protect LGBTQ+ people.

pariaman

 

The municipal council of Pariaman has adopted a measure prohibiting LGBTQ acts, imposing a fine that can go up to 1 million rupees ($14,129/12 408 euros) for behavior likely to “disturb public order” or to be “immoral”.

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Texas Federal Justice Judge Lee Rosenthal has ruled that the 1964 Civil Rights Act and its Title VII ban discrimination against LGBTQ people.

Tuesday, 27 February 2018 23:16

Parody marriage bill in South Carolina

equal marriage

 

Six Republican lawmakers from South Carolina introduced a bill that will define LGBT marriage as a 'parody marriage'. What does that mean? Here is a simple explanation.

california

 

California now prohibits state-funded and state-sponsored travel to states that discriminate against LGBTQ people.

intervarsity

Time magazine reveals InterVarsity USA, an influential Christian organization in American universities, plans to fire all employees who would support the equal marriage and LGBTQ people.

russia embassy uk

 

 

Late October Russia is still distinguished by its rejection of the LGBTQ community through a tweet from the Russian Embassy located in the UK (@RussianEmbassy), tweet illustrated with an intolerable picture.

Published in News From Europe

ilga rainbow 2016

 

 

Like every year, it's time to take a quick look at the situation in Europe. So what are the most welcoming countries for LGBTQ people?

Published in News From Europe

Denise Driehausrep antoniodebbie phillips

 

Three Democrats would like Ohio state laws catch up with public opinion by bringing more equality and protection for LGBTQ people.

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