But to avoid a violation of the federal Equal Access Act, the district said it was banning all non-curricular student groups so they could argue that the GSA was treated equally. But groups such as Future Homemakers of America were still allowed to meet, and we believed they were non-curricular, meaning other non-curricular clubs like the GSA must be allowed to meet as well. Lambda Legal was lead counsel in a coalition of groups that filed suit against the district for violating the Equal Access Act and abridging the students' First Amendment rights to express gay-positive opinions at school. A district court judge ruled that the school district had been in violation of the law, but in the course of the lawsuit had cured the violations. After we appealed, the school district allowed the GSA to meet and dismissed the appeal. GSAs help combat discrimination and harassment against LGBT students in schools and provide a vital source of support for a vulnerable population.
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T he United States has witnessed a remarkable shift in LGBTQ rights and visibility in the 50 years since the Stonewall uprising — and in just the last few years, LGBTQ people have won the right to marry, have hit a record high in representation on television and have seen the first openly gay major presidential candidate begin his campaign. And just as advocates fought their battle American culture, they also did so in the courts, including the U. Supreme Court.
A legally married same-sex couple who live in Spain, but whose baby was born to a surrogate mother in Thailand, won a court victory. This next story is about the lengths one same-sex couple has gone to have a family. They hired a surrogate mother in Thailand who carried a donor egg that was fertilized by one of the partners in that same-sex marriage. When the child was born though, the woman claimed custody because she said the baby should not be raised by a gay couple, even though she is not the biological mother.