The US Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal against California’s ban on anti-gay “reparative therapy” for minors, thus letting the ban stand.
Lithuania has banned a book of fairy tales as “harmful” due to its portrayal of same-sex couples.
Russia granted permission on May 8 for LGBT rights activists to hold a protest rally, for what is thought to be the first time since the passage of its harsh anti-gay laws nearly a year ago.
The situation in Crimea has only gotten worse for its LGBT residents.
The same Russian lawmaker, Vitaly Milonov, who co-sponsored the homosexual propaganda law in June 2013 that quickly drew international attention to Russia’s human rights issues, has now said that bars and dance venues for the LGBT community should be banned because they are “destroying Russia.”
Pride parades have now been banned in Crimea due to Russia’s anti-gay laws.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has announced he intends to sign the controversial “religious freedom” bill, which protects those with religious beliefs from serving anyone who violates those deeply held beliefs.
Following a series of speculation and outraged calls for resignation, brand new Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, who only took the position on March 24, will be stepping down from his position.
Arizona's Republican governor Jan Brewer has vetoed controversial anti-gay bill SB1062. The legislation would have allowed the refusal of service to anyone if doing otherwise would violate a “sincerely held religious belief.”
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.