From August 29, 2018 to March 17, 2019, the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York will open an exhibition dedicated to lesbian photographer Donna Gottschalk.
And one more victory in the United States! The governor of Washington has signed the law banning conversion therapies for LGBTQ+ minors.
The Washington state’s House Committee on Health Care & Wellness has approved SB 5722, a bill that would ban conversion therapies for LGBTQ youth. It follows the approval of the Senate.
Washington Senate has passed a bill that would prohibit the practice of gay "cure" therapies for minors in the state.
Representative Anthony Kern introduced two bills (HB 2293 and HB 2294) against the rights of transgender people.
Saturday was therefore organized a great women's march, which had a huge success with several million people gathered together to defend the same values.
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.
In at least eight counties of Alabama, probate judges still refuse to issue marriage licenses by opposition to equal marriage.
The Supreme Court of the United States is about to rule on the equal marriage and this decision could make a difference not only in terms of access to marriage, but it is also a family matter as this could lead to the end of procedures for adoption of our own children.
We begin to be used of it, but it is always nice to hear that support for marriage equality continued to increase during 2014.