Last week anti-LGBT laws arrived on the desk of governors of Tennessee and Alabama. Unfortunately, they signed these bills into law.
We saw that Trump signed the law allowing religious freedom, know also that last week the Equality Act was reintroduced to the congress.
President Donald Trump signed the executive order to expand religious freedom.
After approval by Alabama legislators, the House Bill 24 is now headed to the governor's desk.
Despite a Trump administration opposed to any LGBTQ rights, a huge victory took place in the United States.
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed the application for a lawsuit filed by Jameka Evans, a Savannah security guard dismissed by the Georgia Regional Hospital due to her sexual orientation and her non-compliance with Standards of appearance and behavior.
In the region of Rabat-Salé, the authorities refused to allow Akaliyat to form an association, but the group decided to continue its activity. Akaliyat militates against discrimination and crimes against sexual and religious minorities. This includes the LGBT community.
This weekend it was the turn of the French left to organize its primaries to choose its candidate for the presidential and Benoît Hamon arrived at the top of the votes. Let's take a look at what he is proposing for the LGBTQ community.
California now prohibits state-funded and state-sponsored travel to states that discriminate against LGBTQ people.
During his investiture ceremony, Roy Cooper, the new governor of North Carolina, announced his intention to fight against discrimination.