About a year and a half since Iceland passed its Gender Determination Law, which allowed…
Switzerland is the 29th country in the world to approve marriage equality.
Once the first openly-gay serious contender for the presidency, Pete Buttigieg has now made history again.
New blood donation policy will treat gay and straight people the same for the first time.
The isolated country in the Himalayas has amended the law to scrap its gay sex ban.
Singaporeans can challenge laws that are not applied consistently.
Marriage equality in Switzerland still faces a final vote and possible referendum but looks almost certain.
‘As European affairs minister, I have an additional responsibility. I must fight for tolerance.’
The new rules apply to federal contractors, and even allow profit-making companies to discriminate.
The over 313,000 registered LGBT+ voters in Georgia could make a big difference to the result.
As Britain prepares for Brexit, the government eyes up another target – the European Convention on Human Rights.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has officially censured Jamaica, pressuring it to change the law.
Defendants can no longer claim that gay or trans sexual advances panicked them, forcing them to attack.
Member of the European Parliament József Szájer literally fled ‘along the gutter’.
At the moment, over 1,100 gay and bi men contract HIV in England each year but the tools now exist to slash that number.
Brussels and Wallonia say Poland is ‘endangering democracy and European integration’.
‘The Victorian bill is vastly better than any bill developed in Australia to date.’
Three former military Surgeons General and academics release first independent assessment of the US president’s policy.
The protest has expanded as Thais break their ultimate taboo and criticize the monarchy.
Exit polls showed higher support for Donald Trump but were misleading.
The legal mess shows why ‘separate but equal’ is never good enough.
LGBT+ survivors ‘face distinct systemic and personal barriers in accessing help and support’.
Boris Johnson has just given £16.5billion to defense but has quietly cut £4million to protect LGBT+ kids.
The Australian state has already agreed to expunge criminal records for gay sex and cross dressing but it may go even further.
Brazil has the second highest death-toll in the world from coronavirus but Bolsonaro says ‘we’re all going to die someday’.
The new law will come into effect in February next year and will also protect against discrimination.
New EU LGBTIQ Equality Strategy will push Europe to defend and protect rights at a time of backlash.
Official report reveals that interpreters let their anti-LGBT+ views affect their work, harming asylum fairness.
The bill has passed by a clear majority in Italy’s lower house of parliament but hate groups may still derail it.
The European Commission’s first ever LGBTI+ Strategy will launch tomorrow.