Recently, the Mississippi adopted a law making it possible the companies to discriminate our community based on their religion. Signed by the governor Phil Bryant, this law will return into force in July. Certain companies already clearly displayed their beliefs by putting anti-LGBT stickers on their doors.
Only, which the opponents had not provided, it is that companies decide to make the completely reverse by clearly displaying their support for the LGBT community. Too bad!
Colleen Simon worked as coordinator of social ministries within St Francis Xavier Church in Kansas City until one discovers that she is a lesbian and married to another woman.
Mary Ann Kaiser (on the left on the photo) wished to be ordained as deacon in the Alabama-West Florida Annual Conference.
In Kentucky, a print shop (T-shirts and other posters) clearly shows its refusal to serve all LGBT customers with an anti-LGBT sticker stuck on the door of the store.
The Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg announced her support for a church wedding for the same-sex couples.
That does not go well in Mississippi where a religious freedom law will prevent the LGBTQ community from reaching the service companies of the State, including the medical departments.
In Argentina, a lesbian couple obtained the right to make baptize their baby by the Catholic Church. The president Cristina Fernandez became the godmother besides.
Bad news in Tennessee where the bill called the "Religious Viewpoints Antidiscrimination Act", which gives the right to all the students to call upon religion for all their acts, including bullying, was approved.
Dalai Lama publicly showed his support for marriage equality and strongly condemned homophobia and bullying.
Since Pope Francis granted LGBT people the mercy, he became for certain a support of LGBT rights. But no, Pope Francis is still anti-LGBT.