In the Mexican state of Sinaloa, the Supreme Court has just declared the ban on same-sex marriage as «totally unjustified".
After all its anti-gay laws and to restore the country's reputation, the Ugandan government has appointed an American public relations firm.
In August 2014, we made the acquaintance of a Taiwanese lesbian couple wishing to be regarded with their children as a family, but the court decided differently.
The organization Rainbow Mahardhika hopes the Indonesian government will adopt protections against discrimination suffered by LGBT people, particularly in the employment sector.
Every year, the Taipei government organizes mass wedding ceremonies. So far, the lack of law, same-sex couples were not invited to be part of them but that will change this year.
The Conservative government of the Province of Alberta, Canada will make straight-gay alliances possible in schools funded by the state.
In 2007, Nepal's Supreme Court ordered the government to provide legal protection for LGBT Nepalese and to implement the nondiscrimination laws. To do this, the court had asked officials to form a committee to study a possible legalization of marriage equality.
Again a district of Tokyo will recognize the relationships of same-sex couples in the form of partnerships certificates.
Israel is about to change its laws to allow transgender people not to have to undergo surgery to change their gender on their identity documents.
As you may know, India criminalized homosexual relationships in 2013 again. It seems that nobody really agrees with the subject, can be a boon for us.