Last Thursday, there was an important victory for both the LGBT community and for women.
Indeed, the First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the federal anti-discrimination law extends protections for same-sex workers who are discriminated against on the basis of their sexual orientation and gender.
On Friday, Germany became the 23rd country to legalize marriage equality.
The Italian Parliament has approved the opening of civil unions for same-sex couples.
That's it, it's official, Northern Ireland is the only country in the UK not to have legalized marriage equality yet as the Isle of Man has just done it!
That's it, we won! The U.S. Supreme Court legalized marriage equality across the country on this day of celebration of the first Gay Pride!
Like in the United States, LGBT couples and their lawyers have challenged equal marriage bans first in their states before their cases are sent to the Supreme Court of Mexico which has just recognized them as unconstitutional. This decision had the effect of legalizing marriage equality in the country!
I am pleased to speak about Greenland where we have readers who follow us for several years and it is very good news that comes to us from there since on May 26, 2015 Greenland has unanimously (just two abstentions) approved marriage equality!
Saturday, the Republic of Ireland became the first country to legalize marriage equality with a referendum.
Yesterday, Florida became the 36th state to legalize marriage equality and the first marriages has already taken place.
It was thought that perhaps the Courts of Appeals do not take decision on marriage equality and would send the case to the U.S. Supreme Court but the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals confirmed that the ban on equal marriage in Virginia is unconstitutional!