Since now several weeks we hear of bills aiming at legalizing discriminations against LGBT people. Some of these laws, if approved, would even prevent any legal action and would thus block possible challenges against discriminatory laws like same-sex marriage bans.
Until a few days ago, there were four states, Idaho, Kansas, Arizona and Tennessee, to have introduced bills like that. From now on, one breathes a little bit better in Kansas where the bill was killed, but for how long?
When we approach, day after day, the beginning of the lawsuit to repeal the marriage equality ban in Texas, which will start in February, a first victory has took place.
It seems that we found the good tactics to get the right to marry in the American states because here is a new victory! A Federal judge ruled that the Oklahoma marriage equality ban violates the U.S. Constitution!
Health benefits for domestic partners of same-sex city employees will go to referendum in Chattanooga.
Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden tries to stop the challenge against the state's marriage equality ban.
In a letter for the President Obama, many celebrities from television, sport,… request that the US president support the marriage equality. Say “I Do”!
How Hillary Clinton could have to voice and to fight so much in favour of the LGBT community in the United States and also in front of the United Nations while being openly against marriage equality? I waited for that since years, and finally Hillary Clinton "changes her mind" and announces her support for gay marriage!