30th July 2014
US: Anonymous website posts names and addresses of HERO opponents 3
10:36 PM — A new, anonymous campaign is posting the names and addresses of Houston Equal Rights Ordinance opponents by releasing petitions submitted against the ordinance online.
US: Activists calling for LGBT inclusion in immigration reform stage sit-in
8:25 PM — A group of LGBT activists have staged a sit-in on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, saying they won't leave the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus until the caucus issues a statement urging President Obama to include LGBT populations in potential executive action on immigration.
US: Oregon lesbian couple sues cab driver who left them stranded 1
6:42 PM — An Oregon lesbian couple has filed a lawsuit against a taxi cab driver who left them on the side of a motorway last summer because the couple displayed affection in his cab.
US: ACLU lawyers seek speedy ruling against North Carolina same-sex marriage ban
4:34 PM — Lawyers with the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina plan to return to court within the next week to seek a fast ruling in an attempt to quickly strike down of the state’s same-sex marriage ban.
29th July 2014
US: Nevada TV station gives transgender nine-year-old a platform 1
11:40 PM — In a piece detailing what Reno Pride meant to the LGBT community, Nevada news station KOLO 8 gave transgender nine-year-old Cee Cee Ott the opportunity to tell her story.
US: Colorado Supreme Court tells Boulder County to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses
11:29 PM — Colorado Supreme Court has ordered Boulder County's clerk to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses while an appeal from Colorado's attorney general is heard.
US: Former Florida Governor promises to ban LGBT discrimination if elected
10:32 PM — Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist announced last Tuesday that he will sign five executive orders benefiting the LGBT community on his first day back in office if he’s elected in November.
US: Wyoming same-sex marriage lawsuit will be allowed to go to trial
10:17 PM — A Wyoming judge has declined to summarily rule on the constitutionality of a state law that specifies marriage is limited to one man and one woman.
US: Equality Michigan petitions to end Michfest’s “womyn born womyn” intention 18
10:06 PM — Equality Michigan has started an online petition asking the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival to end their “womyn born womyn” intention that excludes transgender women from the event.
US: HRC survey reveals extent of discrimination against LGBT in Arkansas
7:10 PM — The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), released the largest survey conducted of its kind on Arkansas' LGBT community this Monday.
US: Illinois Department of Insurance addresses transgender discrimination in coverage
5:47 PM — The Illinois Department of Insurance released a bulletin to insurance providers on Monday addressing discrimination against transgender Illinoisans in insurance coverage.
US: UFC fighter shows support for gay rights with “Legalize Gay” underpants 2
4:30 PM — UFC fighter Kyle Kingsbury showed his support for gay rights during his weigh-in this past weekend.
28th July 2014
US: South Carolina won’t stop supporting the state’s same-sex marriage ban 3
11:06 PM — South Carolina will continue to fight a lawsuit over its same-sex marriage ban even though a federal appeals court with jurisdiction over the state ruled Virginia's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional on Monday.
US: North Carolina to drop opposition to same-sex marriage 6
10:45 PM — In the wake of Virginia's same-sex marriage ban being ruled as unconstitutional, North Carolina's attorney general has said that prosecutors will not continue to defend his state's ban on same-sex marriage.
US: Florida man arrested for illegally towing cars at Gay Days festival
10:13 PM — The owner of a Florida tow truck company is facing charges of illegally towing vehicles that belonged to participants in Orlando's Gay Days events in June.
US: Child caregiver fired over “lifestyle choices” 17
8:52 PM — A gay child caregiver has been fired from his position at a Christian charity in Texas.
US: Federal appeals court strikes down Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban 7
8:19 PM — A Virginia federal appeals court struck down the state's same-sex marriage ban on Monday.
US: Out gay politician to run for Chicago mayor in 2015
7:36 PM — Dennis Sneyers, an out gay politician from Illinois, has announced plans to run for mayor of Chicago in 2015.
Video: Documentary explores Jamaica’s underground gay and trans community 4
3:02 PM — A new video documentary was released today highlighting the lives of homeless gay, bisexual and transgender (GBT) youth in Jamaica.
27th July 2014
LGBT rights demonstrators attacked at Toronto mayor’s appreciation event 10
5:36 PM — LGBT rights activists who turned up to protest against the Toronto Mayor's alleged homophobia at an event he held were attacked and told to go home.