Today, we unfortunately heard that the Rev. Meyer has just been placed on an involuntary leave of absence, which means she avoids a trial within her church, but she lost her position instead of her church in Edgerton near Kansas City.
Today will be taking a decision on whether Chief Justice Roy Moore, who had issued an order against same-sex marriages should keep his job or be removed.
A new study called "The State of LGBT Entrepreneurship in the U.S." by StartOut shows many of the LGBT entrepreneurs are not out with their investors or their working relationship for fear of discrimination.
It also reveals that the US states discriminating LGBT people lose a lot of job opportunities.
While marriage equality is now possible in all American states since the decision of the Supreme Court last year, a further 30 states have undeleted laws prohibiting marriage between persons of the same sex. Two lawmakers from northern Virginia say it's time to remove them.
A new case of discrimination by a baker in Toledo, Ohio, where the "Take The Cake Bakery" refused to make a birthday cake for a lesbian client.