According to a report published by the BBC, the Iranian government would accept gay and lesbian people if they change their gender.
It seems that two lesbians are married in Nigeria! Great news when you consider that the country criminalizes homosexuality.
A priest of the Hong Kong's Roman Catholic Cathedral gave permission for anti-gay speech from within his church.
Really, this is going better and better in the Philippines where an order prohibiting anti-gay discrimination was adopted in Quezon City.
The Chilean Senate has approved the bill Life Partner that allows same-sex couples to have a marital status.
Schools and sporting clubs of South Australia are invited to better treat LGBT youth.
A few weeks ago, a survey showed that the Philippines were the most welcoming Asian countries to the LGBT community despite the lack of decision on LGBT rights by the Filipino government.
Historic decision in Brazil where a judge has recognized three parents, the two mothers and the father.
A law that would tighten the anti-gay legislation in effect is likely to be promulgated by the Gambian President Yahya Jammeh.
While last week it was discovered that two lesbian ministers in the Colombian government are dating, Colombia has also taken a major step for LGBT rights since the adoption of a child by the partner of the biological parent was given to same-sex couples!
Gallup just released the list of the most pleasant countries where LGBT people love to live. Today, let's look at Asia as the Philippines are ranked 22nd out of 123 countries and are the best in the Southeast Asia for the LGBT community.
A Mexican state just legalized equal marriage!