On ABC's This Week, for example, Pence refused eight separate opportunities to say that potential anti-gay discrimination
might be a problem, and he insisted the law did not need to he changed.
We have made such enormous strides in much of the Western world in tackling anti-gay discrimination
that we sometimes forget how far we still have to go.
the San Diego Padres and Major League Baseball to immediately launch a full and transparent investigation into the incident to determine if someone or some people intentionally engaged in anti-gay discrimination
or a hate crime by playing a female's voice to represent a group of gay men with the purpose of denigrating and/or ridiculing gay men.
Britain has acted in the past to impose bans on capital punishment and on anti-gay discrimination
on its overseas territories, and Hodge said that if it chose to do so the government could do much more to force tax havens to open up.
There is no federal protection against private anti-gay discrimination
, and many states don't have laws against it either, so in 18 states gay citizens can get fired by their bosses for getting married.
Barack Obama's bid to encourage African nations to abandon anti-gay discrimination
suffered a setback yesterday when the Kenyan president said it was a "non-issue".
Other issues addressed include the death penalty, anti-gay discrimination
, and impunity.
According to the author: "He wrote to the governing bodies of both Magdalene and Emmanuel to withdraw his candidacy, citing the possibility that Jeffrey John might launch legal action against him for alleged anti-gay discrimination
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But gays understood that it was really state- sanctioned anti-gay discrimination
, which, if the governor had signed it into law, would have dealt a blow to the state's already-battered image.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned anti-gay discrimination
and called on warring parties worldwide to observe an "Olympic truce," the day before the winter Olympic Games officially open in Sochi, Russia.
More than 120 junior high schools across the country have formed GSAs, with 4,700 schools total registered with GLSEN, and each year the number of students participating in the Day of Silence, the national day where students remain silent in school to symbolize the impact of anti-gay discrimination