In Brazil, lawmakers decided to let voters express their support or their opposition to same-sex civil unions in next October.
Maybe a good news for Jamaica, its new Prime Minister could reconsider anti-gay laws.
Nigeria Senate passed the law criminalizing gay marriage. The next stages are a vote in the House of Representatives then the signature of President Goodluck Jonathan before to be effective.
John Atta Mills, president of Ghana, will not legalize homosexuality in spite of UK's threats to stop financial aid.
Bad news in Croatia where, by a referendum, Croatian voters rejected marriage equality.
How is this possible that New York Democrats did not choose Christine Quinn as candidate for Mayor even though, since the beginning, all the polls always showed that she would beat her adversaries and would become the first lesbian Mayor?
Two bills awarding the LGBTQ community more rights have just been signed by D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray.
In Lithuania, a poll shows what the population thinks of civil unions and the results is more than negative for us.
A few months ago, Chattanooga's Mayor Andy Berke supported the LGBT community by saying that he was favorable to an expansion of benefits to city employees in domestic partnerships. The city council gets ready to discuss this legislation during a public hearing.
Will Minnesota become the next state to legalize marriage equality?