There is a completely ridiculous thing that happened in Pennsylvania. On the one hand, protections for LGBT people have been expanded, but at the same time, we're still not included in the hate crime law.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has approved the "conversion therapies" ban for LGBTQ youth. Bethlehem thus becomes the eighth jurisdiction of the state to prohibit this kind of "therapies".
"LGBTQ Unfriendly", a survey conducted by Princeton Review with 137,000 students from 382 schools and published this month lists the most LGBTQ unfriendly schools.
The most unfriendly is the College of the Ozarks, a private Christian school that is located in Point Lookout, Missouri.
The owner of a Pennsylvania wedding dress store, W.W. Bridal Boutique, refused to serve a lesbian couple because her Christian faith does not allow her to "believe in that."
After a refusal of the school board to allow her to use the girls' bathrooms, Juliet Evancho and two other students filed lawsuit against their school district.
After the commotion caused by the dismissal of Margie Winters, openly lesbian director of religious education and outreach within the Waldron Mercy Academy, after her marriage, the principal of the establishment will organize several meetings and hear parents, faculty and staff while explaining the decision to dismiss Winters.
The Judicial Committee of the House of Pennsylvania approved a bill that would include hate crimes based on sexual orientation and gender identity in state law.
A case of discrimination against lesbians follows another in Pennsylvania. After a bridal store, here is now the owner of the bakery "The Cake Pros" who refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple.
In Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, the clothing store "W-W Bridal Boutique" has got much of the local community and many other Americans' back up after refusing to sell wedding dresses at a lesbian couple.