Since a few days, EqualityMaine collects signatures in order to place the marriage equality on the 2012 ballot.
Congratulations to Oregon United For Marriage which managed to gather sufficient signatures to launch a marriage equality initiative.
The New Yorker proposes an assessment on the victories of the LGBT community and on President Obama.
Good news! Opponents of SB48, which is the law which allows to teach LGBT history in schools of California, have just admitted that they will not have enough signatures to bring a vote against it!
Tammy Aaaberg, mother of a student who committed suicide vis-a-vis perpetual bullying of other students, met Michele Bachmann and requested from her to denounce anti-LGBT bullying publicly.
One day after the governor Jerry Brown signed the law allowing the teaching of the LGBT history in the schools of California, a group of opponents launched an effort to overturn the law.
A gay website decided to launch a petition to collect a maximum of signatures in order to push the Judicial Proceedings Committee of Maryland to legalize the gay marriage and Lezbelib decided to help to spread the word.
After their first effort to ban the Education Act allowing a teaching of the gay history in the schools of California because they did not have enough signatures, opponents to this act launches a second effort.