A study by pornographic website PornHub highlights the fact that the inhabitants of some of the most conservative states are very fond of lesbian porn.
A new poll from Texas shows that the number of people supporting marriage equality continues to increase.
El Paso, Texas has opened a gender identity clinic, the first in Texas.
While in April, we wondered if Houston would allow the protection of LGBT people, opponents of the equal benefits ordinance had submitted a petition to send the issue to a vote before it is subsequently rejected by a court for fraud. Then the Supreme Court of Texas, seized by the same opponents, asked the municipality of Houston to repeal the ordinance or to submit it to a vote. Well, finally the matter will be submitted to vote in November.
On 30 June, the Texas Retirement System announced that health care coverage public school employees or retired employees would be open to same-sex married couples. Thus the districts of Austin have just implemented this new policy.
A Texas judge took the surprising decision to accept to marry same-sex couples despite his strong opposition to equal marriage. So why is this so surprising? Simply because-this one will ask the couples to sign a document, a kind of discharge, which stipulate he doesn't support marriage equality.
The other day we were talking about Jolie and Karen, who had encountered difficulties when trying to get their marriage license, fortunately it ended well because they finally got it, but it's still sad to have to file a complain to push people to do their job.
Hopefully this won't happen to you wishing to marry in Texas even if Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton officially said Sunday in a statement that the state workers could refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses, based on their religious belief.
The fact that the Supreme Court has legalized last week the equal marriage in all 50 American states does not mean that its opponents have disappeared, like Karen Phillips, a clerk in Smith County, East Texas, who refused to issue a same-sex marriage license.
Pending the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court on equal marriage in a few days, or even hours, Lambda Legal and a lesbian couple, Deborah Leliaert and Paula Woolworth, filed a complaint against the Employee Retirement System of Texas (ERS) for violation of the constitution after it denied spousal health insurance coverage for the same-sex spouse of a University of North Texas administrator.
The Texas Senate passed a resolution preventing same-sex marriage.