Hundreds of members of the LGBT community and their allies came out to support gay pride in Delhi on November 30.
Ulrike Lunacek said that she was disappointed the pope isn’t doing more for LGBT and women’s rights.
“Don’t take those out of context and mix them around in your naughty little world of… interwebs.”
Set the date for husband and husband or wife and wife for 31 December 2014.
Including one Democrat. A BuzzFeed News exclusive report.
The 25–14 vote may indicate support is growing for protecting LGBT rights under international human rights law.
“Support your sisters, not just your cis-sters!”
“This is an important step in the right direction for the human rights not just of the LGBT community but of all Ugandans,” a spokesperson for the National Security Council said.
“I would acknowledge we’re sometimes slow,” Assistant Secretary of State Tom Malinowski said.
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A new document from the Vatican may pave the way for baptizing the children of same-sex couples and allowing divorced people to receive communion.
“Most likely the reason for his murder was connected with his non-traditional interests.”
A copycat “gay propaganda” bill has been approved by the Kyrgyz parliament’s human rights committee and could be put to a vote by the end of the month.
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Sam Kutesa has been unanimously elected president of the United Nations General Assembly.
Activists fear this could be the first use of Uganda’s new anti-LGBT law as a political weapon.
“We are a Negro conglomerate, [in] total chaos.”
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Italian woman’s Facebook account was temporarily blocked after she posted image of two women kissing.
That’s the worst attack that happened during this year’s nation-wide protest marking the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
An Australian government official is among those to be recognized by the World Congress of Families.
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“This is a bit of hope,” said one of the lawyers in a case.
The sentence handed down to four Egyptian men has left many in Egypt’s close-knit LGBTQ community concerned that police might be planning a wider crackdown. “There are arrests we don’t even hear about, it seems police are actively searching for gay men to arrest.”
As Myanmar opens up, LGBT activism is coming back to the country. But a colonial-era sodomy law, and slow social change, keep tensions high.
An EU official denies comments made by Ukraine’s acting justice minister.
The president of the Catholic League is challenging the organizers of the parade to include him after LGBT activists protested the city’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade for barring LGBT participants with pride flags and banners. Update: Organizers say he is free to participate.
Jim Yong Kim’s withdrawal comes days after he published an op-ed strongly condemning discrimination against LGBT people.
A violent police raid could signal things to come with the law criminalizing homosexuality back in effect.
As she said on The Daily Show, “If nothing we do matters, then all that matters is what we do.”