In Kansas, a few lawmakers have introduced several bills that would describe same-sex marriage as a “parody marriage”, prevent the recognition of transgender people, and allow conversion therapies.
Last week, the Health and Human Services Committee in the House of Minnesota approved the “conversion therapies” ban by a 10-6 vote.
Do you remember Mary Walsh and Beverly Nance, a married lesbian couple forbidden to move together to a Missouri retirement home? The two women had filed a complaint against Friendship Village Sunset Hills but the judge had ruled against the couple.
A psychotherapist has filed a lawsuit hoping to overturn the “conversion therapies” ban in Maryland.
The Metro Nashville Police Department has created a full-time LGBTQ liaison and chose openly lesbian officer Catie Poole for this position because of her understanding of LGBTQ people and her five-year experience as a police agent.
New York will become the 15th state to prohibit “conversion therapies”, another great victory against these cruel practices!
Two Democratic lawmakers introduced bills banning “conversion therapies” for minors in Indiana!
We had ended 2018 wondering if Denver would become the first Colorado city to ban “conversion therapies” for LGBTQ youth and the answer is YES!
In Wisconsin, Judge William Atkinson stated that De Pere’s ban on discrimination violates the religious freedom of churches.
Denver could soon become Colorado’s first jurisdiction to ban “conversion therapies”.
152 LGBTQ elected officials have launched a major initiative in the United States exhorting the 116th Congress to protect LGBTQ+ people.