What a victory! Sharice Davids became the Democratic candidate in the Third Congressional District in Kansas. She managed to win against Kevin Yoder, a Republican who served since 2011. Beforehand, she had defeated five Democratic candidates.
The Republican Party took new anti-LGBT positions during its convention in Texas.
Kate Brown, openly bisexual, has just won a great victory in Oregon and becomes the very first LGBTQ person to be elected governor of an American state.
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.
A change could begin within the UK Independence Party (UKIP) since frontrunner Diane James announced that neither the equal marriage or other LGBT issues were a problem.
The openly lesbian member of the Parliament Angela Eagle could take the leadership of the British Labor Party.
A few hours before Election Day, a poll reveals that the support of the LGBTQ community for Obama rises and "could mean the difference between victory and defeat."
During a House Appropriations Legislative Branch subcommittee hearing on the fiscal 2013 budget request for several government agencies, a battle between Democrats and Republicans on DOMA started.
For the first time, a report submitted by the UN Council of Human Rights details all discriminations, violences sudden throughout the world by LGBTQ people with a list of recommendations to protect us.