We are not talking about the problems of access to the bathrooms only in the United-States because in the UK, this time, a lesbian was asked to leave the restroom for women after taking her for a man.
Brighton College is a private school in the UK in which each student must wear a uniform but for some time, the school decided to change its clothing policy to accommodate the best trans* and genderqueer students.
We saw several months ago that two same-sex couples were trying to launch a legal challenge to repeal the marriage equality ban in Northern Ireland. Good news! They come to the right to do so!
Ireland never ceases to surprise us! After the equal marriage was adopted by referendum, and after it recently recognized gender without medical intervention, Ireland has just removed the religious exemption.
Well, this is not going very well in Northern Ireland. Remember, a few months ago Ireland approved marriage equality by referendum, but Northern Ireland remained the only country in the UK not to have legalized same-sex marriage because the two countries don't have the same laws, contrary to what one might think.
The government of the Isle of Man, by the voice of Chief Minister Allan Bell, has revealed it is going to consult a new bill to allow the legalization of equal marriage. He also said he hopes that this consultation is completed before next year’s general election.
Things are moving in Jersey. An LGBT group planned to submit a marriage equality bill in 2017. It just got the right to do so.
Unlike Saudi Arabia, the city of Brighton has no problem with rainbows as Pride buses run in the city to celebrate Brighton Pride to be held next weekend, from August 1st to August 2nd.
Back in the UK, where Jersey and Guernsey would love to also legalize equal marriage.
Saturday, the Republic of Ireland became the first country to legalize marriage equality with a referendum.