This just came over the AP wire service:
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Associated Press has learned that the Obama administration will sign a U.N. declaration calling for the worldwide decriminalization of homosexuality that President George W. Bush had refused to endorse.
U.S. officials said Tuesday they had notified the French sponsors of the declaration that the administration wants to be added as a supporter of the declaration. The Bush administration was criticized in December when it was the only Western government that refused to sign.
The officials said the administration had decided to sign the declaration to demonstrate that the United States supports human rights for all around the world.
This marks a clear break with the anti-gay policies and attitudes of the Bush administration and is a welcomed sign of President Obama's support for equal rights for LGBT people.
H/T: UK Gay News