I was talking to you the other day about the progress of the initiative to protect LGBTQ people in Michigan’s Civil Rights Act, and we had seen the example of a lesbian teacher who was discriminated against in her job, which fortunately gained cause.
Sadly today here is another example of discrimination and harassment suffered by two lesbians at work in the same state.
Governor Tim Walz and LGBTQ groups are trying to ban “conversion therapy” to protect Minnesota minors.
In New Hampshire and Idaho, legislators defeated anti-trans laws, but this year will be extremely difficult for the trans community.
Oklahoma may ban conversion therapy for minors.
After 37 years of work, LGBTQ groups may be on the verge of accomplishing what they have not been able to do before.
Stacy Bailey, a lesbian art teacher at the Charlotte Anderson Elementary School in Mansfield, Texas showed the photo of her future wife, Julie Vasquez, at a “Get to Know Your Teacher” presentation.
The teacher wanted to share her life like any other teacher at the school. She wanted to be honest with her students, but it backfired on her when she was accused by a parent of promoting a homosexual agenda.
Earlier this month at Hill-McCloy High School in Montrose, Michigan, a teacher asked her students to write about a subject near and dear to their hearts.
How will the rights of LGBTQ parents wishing to welcome children into their homes evolve?
Pennsylvania may be on the verge of banning discrimination against LGBTQ people.
The adoption process has been difficult, very lengthy and very costly for LGBTQ people in New Jersey so far. A bill has been approved to facilitate access to adoption for LGBTQ parents who have used donor genetic material to have a child.