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.
A group of high school students from Newtown High School in Australia have had the opportunity of meeting Prime Minister Tony Abott, the occasion to ask him why is he opposed to the legalization of marriage equality?
Ugandan LGBT activists of the group 'Civil Society Coalition on Human Rights and Constitutional Law' continue to fight for their rights and that, even if some were forced to move and to take refuge in other countries.
For the first time in Colombia and even in all South America, a lesbian was elected to the Congress.
Lately, we speak about Africa by sharing bad news about Nigeria and Uganda but there are also, fortunately, some good news like this initiative to create a lesbian feminist group in Namibia.
From March 19, lawmakers in Hong Kong will start to discuss a law which would allow a gender recognition without undergoing reassignment surgery and which would also allow marriage for transgender people.
Ready for new battles in Australia? A bill to allow marriage equality passed a first obstacle in the Western Australia state Parliament.
Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni signed the bill which sentences any same-sex relationship by up to life imprisonment into law.
The President of Gambia Yahya Jammeh distinguished himself, once again, by his full of hatred remarks towards our community during a speech by describing us as 'vermin'.
According to a new report, a majority of Hong Kongers supports LGBTQ rights.
Today, over forty nongovernmental service organizations defending the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people handed a bill for marriage equality before the Parliament of Venezuela with the support of more than 20,000 signatures.