Two days ago were the elections in the United States. I preferred to wait one more day for maximum results but there are still some results we don't have.
We know that Republicans have regained control of the Senate and the House as often happens in mid-term President of the United States but what does that means for LGBTQ people?
It seems that a new battle between Democrats and Republicans in Texas grows around the so-called "reparative" therapy.
The battle always continues in Minnesota. The Minnesota Association of Professional Employees (MAPE) voted and unanimously against a referendum which can place the ban of gay marriage in the constitution of the State.
The House Armed Services Committee approved a bill which could delay the end of DADT.
Certain Republicans are not supporting the Defense Of Marriage Act (DOMA) anymore.
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.
Conservative party of the Erie County decided to support a Democrat and not Republican Mark Grisanti to the senatorial because he voted last year for New York marriage equality.
Soon, we will know if the law allowing gay marriage in New Hampshire will be or not repealed. Don't worry too much, it could be a happy ending.
Now we know Governor of Washington supports the legalization of gay marriage.