A few days ago, the Senate approved the anti-trans bill in Texas. As you know, a similar bill existed in North Carolina, but the battle continues. A lawsuit is under way. A few days ago, two other complainants, ACLU and Lambda Legal, joined. They rightly assert that the law that replaced HB 2 is still discriminating against LGBT people.
While the bill preventing trans people from accessing bathrooms was repealed, legislators introduced a new bill to repeal same-sex marriages in North Carolina.
Kristina Rodriguez had the nasty surprise of discovering on her medical history the term "lesbianism" listed as a problem.
California now prohibits state-funded and state-sponsored travel to states that discriminate against LGBTQ people.
During his investiture ceremony, Roy Cooper, the new governor of North Carolina, announced his intention to fight against discrimination.
It seems that Pat McCrory, governor of North Carolina who had signed into law HB2 preventing transgender people from using the bathrooms corresponding to their gender, was not re-elected. I am cautious at the moment because the results remain to be confirmed and there are only a few votes of difference between him and the Democrat candidate Roy Cooper.
They are over 90 years old and love each other like the first day, Lennie Gerber and Pearl Berlin, together for 50 years, recently married and are now calling to vote for Hillary Clinton.
U.S. District Judge Max Cogburn has dismissed the complaint filed by six couples in North Carolina against the law that allows state officials to refuse to perform same-sex marriages for religious objection.
Following the approval of anti-LGBTQ laws in North Carolina, the best known being HB2, that prevents trans people access to public toilets, the NBA withdrew the organization of the All-Star Game 2017 in Charlotte and we just heard the NCAA has canceled 7 sporting events scheduled to take place in North Carolina.
This week must hold a hearing in Asheville, North Carolina following a complaint filed by three couples, two lesbian couples and a straight one, against the law allowing magistrates to refuse to marry same-sex couples. Indeed, you should know that nearly 5% of them of the North Carolina refuse to marry same-sex couples for religious reasons.