At a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama urged countries to stand up for LGBT rights.
The great news of these last days is the end of the law 'Don' t Ask, Don' t Tell' ordered by a federal Court of Appeal.
President Obama still refuses to officially support the gay marriage during a press conference.
The White House published a new statement to the LGBT community as this the Gay Pride Month pointing out the effort of President Obama to bring more equality.
Hillary Clinton published an official statement to celebrate the day against the homophobia and the transphobia and here are some extracts:
Whereas the government had announced it will stop supporting DOMA, which opened a small door to the recognition of gay marriage in the United-States, the immigration announced what is a really big discrimination between gay couples and straight couples.
Wednesday, a bill to repeal DOMA (defense of the marriage act) which indicates marriage is an union between a man and a woman only, will be presented in the House and in the Senate.
A big step has just been made towards the equality of the marriage in United States!
Yesterday, the new law concerning the partners visits in hospitals went into effect in United-States.
Following the suicide of Jamey Rodemeyer, 14, Lady Gaga decided to meet President Obama in order to discuss anti-gay bullying in the schools.