Gay marriage could pass in 2015 in U.K.
Superior Court Judge of Alaska, Frank Pfiffner, said gay and lesbian couples should have the same senior citizen and disabled veteran property tax exemptions as straight couples who are married have.
It seems that the marriage equality will not pass in 2011 in Rhode Island.
Star Tribune Minnesota, following a survey, shows that the majority of people living in the state are opposed to a modification of the constitution to ban gay marriage.
The Rhode Island Senate passed the law allowing the civil unions for the gay and lesbian couples there are a few days and the Governor Lincoln Chafee signed it.
Michele Bachmann, always in Iowa, assure us for the thousandths time that gay marriage is not possible for her and congratulates the judges who banned the law allowing gays and lesbians to marry in 2009.
The Attorney General of California asked a federal Court of Appeals to allow gay marriages and this, even if, the state Supreme Court has to decide the validity of the prohibition of the same sex marriage.
A lesbian minister is pursued by her church in the state of Wisconsin.
In the UK, researchers monitor changes in sexual attitudes and lifestyles over the years and every 10 years they published a report called "The National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles" (Natsal).
The third of these reports, Natsal-3, studying the sexual behavior of the British from 2010 to 2012 has just been published. It shows that British women have more sexual experience with a same-sex partner.
British TV actress Sophie Ward, during the Alternative Parenting Show, "alternative" families include same-sex parents, called for more support for gay and lesbian parents.