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Saturday, 16 October 2010 10:27

What's Happening With LGBTQ Rights In Indiana?

Indiana LGBT rights.

Let's break down the recent headlines on LGBTQ rights in Indiana.

  • West Lafayette City Council Postponed Vote On “Conversion Therapy” Ban

West Lafayette, Indiana, is a city that has been struggling with whether or not they want to ban “conversion therapy” with a local ordinance.

West Lafayette City Council postpones vote to ban 'conversion therapy.' You can read all about it in our blog! >>

  • Pendleton Heights Gay-Straight Alliance Files Lawsuit After Being Discriminated Against

Have you ever been discriminated against? The Pendleton Heights Gay-Straight Alliance is a student group at the high school. They recently filed a lawsuit against their school officials and South Madison Community School Corporation for violating their right to free speech.

See what happened when the Pendleton Heights Gay-Straight Alliance tried to form >>

 

The fight for LGBTQ rights in Indiana is far from over and it's hard to say what will happen next. But one thing is clear - there are people fighting for equality all over the country, from coast-to-coast! If you want to look at how the fight for LGBTQ rights in Louisiana is making progress after years of setbacks, check our blog post "The Fight For LGBTQ Rights In Louisiana".

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