The Morning Pride: May 29, 2013

Welcome to The Morning Pride, ThinkProgress LGBT’s daily round-up of the latest in LGBT policy, politics, and some culture too! Here’s what we’re reading this morning, but please let us know what stories you’re following as well. Follow us all day on Twitter at @TPEquality.

– Exxon Mobil will once again consider — and likely defeat — nondiscrimination protections for LGBT employees today.

– Michigan may not have marriage equality, but one county is recognizing same-sex couples when it comes to property rights.

– Louisiana is considering a bill that would block same-sex couples and unmarried partners from surrogate parenting.

– Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) and Congressman Louie Gohnert (R) are still really unhappy about gay Boy Scouts.

– The FBI is investigating a “suspicious” envelope that was mailed to the Human Rights Campaign building, though the letter addressed gun control, not LGBT rights.

– After Kaitlyn Hunt was kicked out of school for her relationship with a younger girl, she ended up being witness to a case of two other girls of the same ages making out in a restroom, but the charges on those girls were dropped.

– There may be a Harvey Milk stamp released in 2014.

– Is President Obama taking enough action for LGBT equality by continuing to avoid an executive order for employment protections?

– A British coroner investigating the death of a transgender teacher who committed suicide after being outed by the press concluded his inquest by turning to the press to say, “Shame, shame on all of you.”

Scotland will unveil a marriage equality bill next month, which could lead to same-sex marriages taking place by September 2014.

– MMA fighter Fallon Fox won her first match after coming out as trans.