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A Saudi school had to completely repaint the facade, formerly with rainbow colors, after the Hay'a, a sort of religious police who promotes virtue and fights against vice, has regarded it as an apology to homosexuality.

Monday, 20 July 2015 21:15

Taiwan To Open Civil Unions To Same-Sex Couples

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Taiwan is about to allow civil unions for same sex couples.

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The United Nations is concerned about the repeated attacks against the LGBT community in Turkey.

Thursday, 09 July 2015 15:42

Mozambique Decriminalizes Homosexual Relationships

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Unlike most African countries, Mozambique has chosen to decriminalize homosexuality in its new Penal Code.

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More and more young Chinese demand the legalization of equal marriage. A few months ago, we had talked about the courageous step of Li Tingting, and today we learn that a 22-year-old student has come out during her graduation ceremony, calling on the government to equality.



The College of Psychologists and WHO (World Health Organization) rejects the «ex-gay cures» in Chile.

Wednesday, 24 June 2015 21:16

Taipei Recognizes Same-Sex Unions

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Taipei City Government finally agreed to recognize same-sex unions by allowing them to officially register their partnership.

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We just learned the great news! Pitcairn Island, which is the smallest country in the world because it includes only 48 inhabitants, has legalized marriage equality on May 15. They just share the news on the official website of the country.

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Support for marriage equality in Australia reached a new record, according to an online survey conducted by Fairfax/Ipsos.



Like in the United States, LGBT couples and their lawyers have challenged equal marriage bans first in their states before their cases are sent to the Supreme Court of Mexico which has just recognized them as unconstitutional. This decision had the effect of legalizing marriage equality in the country!




Despite the pressure of Christian organizations and despite the police ban, the LGBT community of Seoul decided to maintain the organization of the Gay Pride scheduled for late June.





In Argentina, all hormonal treatments and surgical sex reassignment operations are now free for trangender people.


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