Some countries have used the pandemic as ‘fuel for hatred’ to ‘scapegoat’ LGBT+ citizens.
One house of Switzerland’s parliament has voted for marriage equality already with the other still to decide.
However Donald Trump still managed to increase his vote share, including among LGBT+ people.
Mexico continues its long battle to recognize marriage equality.
The election is too close to call but is going Joe Biden’s way.
The bill achieved cross-party support but still faces more hurdles before becoming law.
Currently Biden is on 238 electoral college votes and Trump on 213 with 270 needed to win.
There is a 2020 ‘rainbow wave’ but the presidential election result remains on a knife-edge.
Major porn platform says its users could hold the keys to the White House.
LGBT+ voters are particularly motivated to vote in 2020 and could be decisive in many swing states.
Republicans and Democrats tend to view their sexual identity and connection to other LGBT+ people differently.
Straight, cis Americans want LGBT+ people to have legal protection from discrimination and think they already do.
A petition supporting same-sex marriage has broken records in Estonia but the majority of citizens still oppose marriage equality.
Open Democracy exposes ‘alarming’ dark money around the world.
He claims Trump is the first candidate they ‘don’t have to apologize and explain’ to LGBT+ people.
The Pink Embassy calls on the government to eliminate ‘open discrimination against LGBTI persons’.
Same-sex couples are already rushing to marry in fear justices may now attack marriage equality.
But the future for Venezuela remains murky.
Northern Ireland will even waive the fee if you convert in the first year.
State Representative Malcolm Kenyatta was the first openly gay person of color to join Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives.
‘Amy Coney Barrett helped lead schools that taught children and educators to hate themselves in the name of religion.’
The Senate’s Constitution Commission has said yes to equal marriage.
The 42 measures will tackle homophobia and transphobia in the home, school, university, work, healthcare and sport.
It’s beaten the British parliament into second place for LGBT+ representation.
Parliament is finally debating a law to protect women and LGBT+ people from discrimination and hate.
Representatives of the justice, health, welfare and education ministries will meet with trans organizations.
Presidential hopeful recalls what his dad told a young ‘Joey’ when he first saw two gay men kissing.
Poll indicates that homophobia and transphobia doesn’t actually win elections.
Defendants claim that gay or trans sexual advances panic them, forcing them to attack.
Crimes based on sexual orientation are 19% up in the last year and anti-LGBT+ hate crimes have more than doubled since 2015.