The year started badly for LGBTQ people in Brazil. January 1, 2019 marked the beginning of Jair Bolsonaro’s presidential mandate, who removed LGBTQ concerns from the Ministry of Human Rights.
Roncalli Catholic High School in Indianapolis, Indiana asked one of her lesbian employees to dissolve her marriage or resign.
Several families have launched a lawsuit against the regional government, which wants the LGBT-inclusive sex education program to be replaced by a non-inclusive one.
A survey conducted by the Centre for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education at Leeds Beckett University reveals that 40% of LGBT teachers have faced bullying in the United Kingdom.
Illinois lawmakers have voted in favor of the LGBT-inclusive history in public schools.
Teachers and students in Utah will finally be able to address LGBT issues at school.
In Northern Ireland, one survey shows that one in five schools does not address LGBTQ issues.
This is good news for the transgender community in Minnesota since the Department of Education has decided to fight bullying of LGBTQ students by approving a new toolkit. This will allow all public and charter schools to welcome non-binary students under the best conditions.
In Fairfax County, an organization and a student attempted to overturn a policy of anti-discrimination based on gender identity that was adopted within their school district, but the judge decided otherwise and rejected their request.
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.