U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has announced that the organization will now be recognizing gay marriages of all its staffers. Previously, the United Nations only recognized the unions of staffers who came from countries where gay marriage is legal. http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/07/07/united-nations-gay-marriage/12312917/
In another development, the JFMorgan Chase Bank, the largest bank in the United States, (and a major sponsor of gay activities) is now said to require its employees to state whether or not they practice or are allies of those who practice the homosexual lifestyle. In short, they must declare their take on homosexuality!
(http://christiannews.net/2014/07/07/chilling-implications-largest-u-s-bank-asks-workers-if-they-support-homosexuality/) Contrast this with the ruling of a court that it is illegal for a restaurant to decide to(discreetly) give discount for customers who were noticed to pray over their food before eating. The practice was deemed illegal and discriminatory against those who decide NOT to pray – even though this policy was not advertised, but the North Carolina Christian business owner just felt like giving some discount to his brethren in the faith (www.christiantoday.com/article/restaurant.ends.discount.praying.customers.after.atheist.protests/39443.htm)