A recently married lesbian couple hopes to get justice after being evicted from their home because of their union.
Good news! The President of the Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, who spoke very violently against LGBTQ people, was not re-elected.
The Progressive Democratic Party and the Conservative Party have introduced before the national legislature bills to legalize the equal marriage and adoption for same-sex couples in Taiwan.
Transgender woman is fighting for the right to have a gender reassignment surgery in Pakistan.
Former Minister of the British Labor Government Chris Bryant urged Australian politicians to endorse the equal marriage.
In Israel, two lesbian moms can be registered on the child's birth certificate and even if they have received an adoption or parenthood certificate, here necessary, but this is not the case for heterosexual parents. After receiving their adoption or parenthood certificate, a new birth certificate with the names of both parents is issued.
In 2013, India has criminalized homosexual relationships again and it is now possible to measure the impact of this policy change, particularly in terms of arrests.
Kylie Minogue and her fiancé have just announced that they would not marry as Australia has not legalized marriage equality.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, who promised in her campaign that if elected she would push to legalize marriage equality in her country, holds her promise since she announced before the United Nations General Assembly panel on LGBT rights she intends to introduce to Congress an equal marriage bill in the first half of 2017.
Pope Francis comes to support the campaign against the Mexican government's desire to legalize marriage equality in the country.
A Victorian lesbian couple tried to register their names as parents of their daughter, born through donated sperm, without success.
In response to the protests of equal marriage opponents, supporters of LGBTQ rights marched around the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City with banners saying "I respect your family, respect mine."