A few days ago, the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce’s second annual LGBT Summit was held. During the event, the speakers applauded the work that has been done to break down stereotypes but urge more action. Approximately 175 people attended the conference.
Several months ago we saw that a lesbian sheriff was a candidate for the governorship of Texas. Know that a former lesbian pastor is also running to become the new governor of Arizona.
A few years ago, the owner of a bed & breakfast in Hawaii discriminated a lesbian couple. The court of appeals ruled against the discrimination they suffered.
The New Hampshire House of Legislators has approved the conversion therapies ban for LGBT minors.