Whereas the elections approaches in India, the Aam Aadmi Party's Mumbai (AAP) affirms that it will support the legalization of marriage equality.
A big rally was organized in Peru to show the support for a bill which would allow the civil unions for the same-sex couples.
In Argentina, a lesbian couple obtained the right to make baptize their baby by the Catholic Church. The president Cristina Fernandez became the godmother besides.
The Supreme court of India agreed to reconsider the criminalisation of homosexuality.
A lesbian couple launches a challenge against the non-recognition of the same-sex marriages in Puerto Rico.
When I announced to you the other week that American experts were going to go to discuss with Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni on his recently approved anti-gay law, I had told you that I thought that Museveni couldn't give a damn about it. Well I was right since a few days ago, the Ugandan president celebrated in the streets his law against homosexuality.
In Australia, a third bill to make recognize the out-of-country same-sex marriages will be introduced.
The ministry for justice of Peru approved a bill which would legalize civil unions between same-sex people.
A gay couple had launched a challenge in a Taiwanese court after a government organization refused to register their marriage but, unfortunately, the court ruled in favour of the organization.
Secretary of State John Kerry announced that American experts would be sent in Uganda to meet President Yoweri Museveni in order to discuss his anti-gay law.