8th August 2014
US: Author of ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill unseated in primary 3
4:50 PM — A Republican Senator who authored a controversial anti-gay bill in Tennessee has been unseated in a primary.
11th June 2013
US: Gay 11-year-old succeeds with petition to have award rescinded from ‘Don’t Say Gay’ politician 3
5:11 PM — A petition started by an openly gay 11-year-old boy from Tennessee, to revoke an award given to a state Representative who sponsored the state's controversial 'Don't Say Gay' bill, has succeeded.
28th March 2013
US: Tennessee’s reintroduced ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill dies 12
12:48 PM — Tennessee's 'Don't Say Gay' bill, which would have required teachers to tell parents if their child confided in them about their sexuality, has died before a House Subcommittee.
14th March 2013
US: ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill would force teachers to send gay students to psychiatrists 11
3:44 PM — The newly revised 'Don't Say Gay' bill, which has been proposed for the US state of Tennessee, includes a clause which would mean teachers would be made to send gay students to a psychiatrist.
6th February 2013
US: Author of ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill compares homosexuality to ‘shooting heroin’ 28
1:41 AM — The author of a newly revived bill proposing to outlaw any teaching about homosexuality in schools, has now compared being gay to "shooting heroin".
31st January 2013
Tennessee: ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill revived, now requires students to be outed to parents 21
12:24 PM — The "Don't Say Gay" bill has been revived, and now says that teachers in Tennessee should have to inform parents if a child confides in them about being gay.
3rd May 2012
Missouri Republican Lawmaker comes out, denounces ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill 17
9:35 PM — A Republican legislator in the US state of Missouri has held a press conference where he first came out as gay, and then proceeded to denounce the infamous 'Don't Say Gay' bill.
21st May 2011
Tennessee Senate approves ‘don’t say gay’ bill 629
12:08 AM — Tennessee’s Senate has passed a bill that proposes to introduce a ban of discussing homosexuality within schools. The bill, approved by 5 votes to 4 at the Senate will ban all teachers in public elementary and middle schools from talking about the subject.