-Russia modifies its Olympic Truce document to be slightly more inclusive. -Linden becomes the latest Michigan town to pass an anti-discrimination ordinance. -Transgender women are murdered in Los Angeles and Baton Rouge. -Actor Billy Boyd speaks out for marriage equality in Scotland. -An openly gay priest is appointed Chaplain General of the Canadian armed forces. […]
-The New Mexico Supreme Court schedules a hearing to consider marriage equality arguments. -A South Korean couple holds the country’s first public same-sex wedding. -The Colville Tribal Council votes to recognize marriage equality. -The Archbishop of Mumbai reaches out to local LGBT activists. -Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie calls a special legislative session to vote on […]
-Sergeant Darren Manzella, who fought for the repeal of DADT, dies in a car accident. -Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg officiates at a same-sex wedding. -A Federal judge rules that same-sex couples are eligible for the same veterans’ benefits as other couples. -President Obama schedules meetings with LGBT rights groups in Russia. -A gay […]
-A conservative Catholic writer changes his mind about marriage equality. -Anti-gay activists launch a recall campaign against Daniel Hernandez Jr. -Ricky Martin admits that he bullied other gay people before coming out of the closet. -BBC News examines what it’s like to be gay in Pakistan. -The number of New Mexico counties issuing same-sex marriage […]
-NFL Hall of Famer Steve Young agrees to keynote an LGBT Mormon conference. -A gay Marine veteran is booed at a San Antonio City Council meeting. -The New Mexico Supreme Court declines to hear two marriage equality cases. -Same-sex weddings begin in New Zealand. -New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signs a ban on conversion therapy […]
-Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd promises marriage equality if reelected. -An Italian 14-year-old boy commits suicide because of anti-gay bullying. -John Berry, US ambassador to Australia, marries his partner. -California enacts stronger protections for transgender students. -Jim Burroway examines the roots of Russian homophobia. -A gay couple is attacked at a private party in Haiti. […]
-Actress Raven Symone comes out of the closet. -The US State Department begins issuing visas for married gay couples. -An Albuquerque shuttle bus driver orders a gay couple to move to the back of the bus. -The National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame inducts its first honorees. -LGBT activists hold a Pride parade […]
-A Louisiana sheriff starts enforcing the state’s invalidated anti-sodomy law. -An Australian parliamentary committee rules that states can set their own marriage laws. -The mayor of Zagreb, Croatia agrees to let the city host an LGBT conference. -The state of Colima, Mexico legalizes civil unions. -Gallup finds majority support for marriage equality on a national […]
-A group of Dutch tourists is arrested under Russia’s new anti-gay law. -Orson Scott Card quietly steps down from the National Organization for Marriage’s board. -Several lawsuits challenging Section 3 of DOMA remain in court. -A federal judge orders the state of Ohio to recognize a gay couple’s marriage. -Anti-gay protesters in Haiti murder two […]
Exodus International Vice President Randy Thomas has followed President Alan Chambers in apologizing to gays and lesbians: When Alan Chambers made his apology to the gay community, I couldn’t have been more supportive. I am so proud of my friend and fully agree with what he shared. I, too, have been taking a personal moral inventory. So […]
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- Wendy Gritter of Exodus Member Ministry New Direction February 25, 2008
- Ex-Gay Therapist James Phelan Removed From Exodus Referral List November 13, 2007
- Exodus International Lays off Staff, Cuts Benefits August 23, 2010
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