Iwanami Shoten, the publisher of Kojien, Japan’s most authoritative dictionary, revised the definition of 'LGBT' after making a big mistake for lack of knowledge. They also apologized.
What's happening is amazing! Indeed, a historic decision has taken place. It could disrupt LGBT rights issues across South America and the Caribbean.
What happened? Bermuda approved marriage for same-sex couples six months ago and now it is about to ban it again.
Sri Lanka could make a huge leap forward in LGBTQ rights. The government could decriminalize homosexuality. The announcement comes after the United Nations has studied Human Rights in the country. The main LGBT group in Sri Lanka has welcomed this decision.
The resignation of President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe could have been good news. Imagine 30 years of Donald Trump. But his replacement doesn't seem very open about LGBTQ rights.
Tanzania strengthens its repression on LGBT people. It has arrested more than a dozen people who allegedly promoted homosexuality. People with HIV are also at risk.
A group of Egyptian lawmakers introduced a bill to criminalize homosexuality. And it follows a wave of arrests of LGBT people.
Michelle Suarez became the first transgender senator in Uruguay. She replaces Senator Marcos Carambula since October 10, 2017.
Women paid tribute to a lesbian couple who had been arrested for holding hands. This arrest for "obscene behavior" took place on a tram in Melbourne, Australia in 1976. Fortunately, things have changed in forty years.