Future Vice President Mike Pence is currently renting a house in a Washington neighborhood until his nomination in January, and since his arrival, his neighbors have not failed to show him their disapproval of his policy towards the LGBTQ community by putting rainbow flags on the fronts of their homes.
While they were on vacation, the home of Cari and Lauri Ryding located in a Boston suburb was vandalized with eggs and their rainbow flag from the balcony was torn.
Lately, every time we talk about Australia it is always bad news, and today, it's not so bad.
For the first time, a center dedicated to providing help, support and health treatments for the transgender community will be opened in Thailand.
At a ceremony organized by the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN), which fights against bullying of LGBT youth in schools, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake will receive the Inspiration Award for their support to LGBT rights.
There is anger in Australia where, surprising as it may be, the former Prime Minister Julia Gillard has officially supported marriage equality.
KKDI, a leading Japanese telecommunications company that provides mobile phones, will include same-sex couples after Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward has started issuing partnership certificates for LGBT couples to let them get the same benefits as any married couple enjoys.
While today the Supreme Court of the United States hears arguments on marriage equality, we are seeing more and more religious freedom laws to be introduced in the states.
We begin to be used of it, but it is always nice to hear that support for marriage equality continued to increase during 2014.
Hobart City Council is now providing its support to Australian marriage equality.