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.
Sometimes a picture can send a much stronger message, can start discussions and change attitudes more than words. This is what happened with pictures of Jody Taylor, Meg Bitton and Corey Maison put online to fight against laws opposing access to the restrooms by gender and not by sex assigned at birth.
Following the decision of North Carolina to vote an anti-trans law, a seven-year-old boy went to the streets with banners to protest against it and show his support for his transgender best friend.
Let's be briefly back to the religious protection bill that was debated in the Senate of Mississippi just to tell you that the senators approved the House Bill 1523, which prevents the government to prosecute any person or business that does not want to serve LGBT people.
Three couples have filed a lawsuit in North Carolina against the law that allows officials to refuse to perform same-sex marriages by invoking their religion.
Lawmakers in the House of North Carolina decided by a 69-41 vote that some officials may refuse to perform same-sex marriage because of their religious beliefs.
On Monday, North Carolina Senate voted to override the veto of the governor Pat McCrory on a bill that would allow officials not to celebrate same-sex marriages by invoking their religion.
Jodi McDaniel and her wife Jennifer McDaniel Mann thought to live surrounded by neighbors with no problem with the fact that they are lesbians but their son was recently discovered that the name of their road was renamed to indicate that a lesbian couple is living here.
This week two major victories occurred in the United States and more specifically in Alaska and North Carolina.
Two new cities will provide more benefits to LGBT city employees.