Argentina has lifted its ban on blood donations from men who have sex with men (MSM), effective immediately.
The next big obstacle for LGBT rights in the US: religious exemption laws.
A number of same-sex couples have challenged the Philippines' ban on marriage equality by applying for licenses.
A transgender woman in Florida has reached a settlement with her former employer, which agreed to pay her $150,000 in back pay and damages in addition to updating its policies.
Indiana governor Mike Pence has said that the state will clarify its religious freedom act so that it does not allow discrimination of any kind.
The Oklahoma Tax Commission has rejected an application for the personalized license plate LGBTALY (“LGBT Ally”), claiming that the term “carries a sexual connotation.”
The Indiana House of Representatives has passed a bill aimed at keeping anti-LGBT discrimination legal, in the name of “religious freedom.”
Two Congressmen are claiming that Chipotle's environmental consciousness also means it's okay to discriminate.
The Allied War Council approved the integration of OutVets—a gay military service group—to be a part of their annual parade celebration, which took place on Sunday March 15 in Boston.