Pastor Gerald Sharon lost his position in the upper church of Southwest in Indian Wells to have requested the removal of documents explaining that homosexuals were not welcome in this church. Sharon tried to talk to his superiors who finally decided to push him to the resignation for his position in favor of homosexuality.
The Scottish Episcopal Church has just made a first big step towards opening the equal marriage.
More than a hundred of United Methodist Church clergy members have come out as lesbian, gay or bisexual in anticipation of a Church conference where the new church policy was discussed.
The Anglican Church of South Africa could provide some acceptance of LGBT married couples.
Two days ago I mentioned that the State of Georgia in which a bill which allowed protection of religious leaders has been passed by the House and is now heading for the Senate, the bill called the "Pastors Protection Act" poses no problem since there is no discrimination, it simply allows pastors not to be forced to celebrate same-sex marriages if they don't want to do it.
But today we unfortunately learned that a powerful Senate committee has actually mixed another bill with this act, and this addition is clearly discriminatory against the LGBT community.
Georgia lawmakers have approved a bill that will allow religious leaders not to celebrate marriages between same-sex people.
Just before the start of the new school year, a five-year-old girl was expelled from kindergarten at a school in San Diego, California under the pretext that she has two moms.
The Presbyterian churches of Brazil and Peru have decided to end their partnership with the Presbyterian Church of the United States after it changed its constitution to allow the celebration of marriages between same-sex couples.
St. Mary's Academy is a Catholic secondary school in Portland, Oregon, who had been the object of a revolt after refusing to hire a woman for a position of Councillor because she is a lesbian. We are now delighted to learn that the leaders of this school were called their policy into question and changed it to stop discriminating against LGBT people.
Najib Razak, the Malaysian prime minister, announced at a seminar on moderate Islam, it was no question for his country to make laws for LGBT people.