Marriage is legal in 50 states, discrimination is still legal in 31 of them. Created by Ad Council, Gill Foundation and agency CP+B with research assistance from Redscout, "Beyond I Do" is a new compaign that "promotes acceptance, empathy and understanding for the millions of LGBT Americans who can be kicked out of their homes, fired from their jobs or denied services because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.”
Two beautiful rainbow crosswalks were painted in the city of Phoenix, Arizona.
U.S. District Judge Kenneth Hoyt overturned Houston's attempt to defend the policy that give benefits to the city's LGBT workers' spouses in a federal court. But even though we lost a battle for LGBT workers, the war goes on.
Thank you to the voters in Anchorage, Alaska, who rejected the bill that denied bathroom access to transgender people and allowed discrimination based on sexual orientation.
The mayor of Milwaukee, Tom Barrett, is expected to sign shortly the measure that will ban therapies to change child's sexual orientation and gender identity.
Governor John Bel Edwards has failed to protect LGBTQ employees. Louisiana Supreme Court has definitively halted his attempt.
Texas Federal Justice Judge Lee Rosenthal has ruled that the 1964 Civil Rights Act and its Title VII ban discrimination against LGBTQ people.
22 Democratic state representatives from Texas endorsed Lupe Valdez in her race for governor.
Here's some good news from the United States, especially from Maryland and Hawaii. Senates from both states have approved a "gay conversion" therapies ban to protect LGBTQ minors.
A third lesbian has entered the race to become governor of a state. Actress Cynthia Nixon officially launched her campaign to become the new governor of New York.