Back in Australia where things finally move a bit since the plebiscite on equal marriage will finally take place.
Know that in the airport of Cartagena, there is now a gender-neutral bathroom.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls on all world leaders to march at Pride.
China will reduce LGBT representation in the country. Indeed, we have just heard that China intends to strongly limit LGBTQ online content ranging from movies to educational videos.
New Zealand has apologized to the LGBT community for all the anti-LGBT laws that have been passed in the past.
Posters calling for tolerance towards LGBTQ people have been put up in the streets of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
Malaysia's Ministry of Health has launched a contest to define what is the best "prevention" against same-sex relationships and "gender confusion".
Taiwan's highest court recently ruled in favor of marriage equality. The judges said that all laws that oppose marriage for same-sex couples were unconstitutional. On the other hand, it was not yet known how and especially when marriage equality was to be legalized.
A hotel in Beirut in Lebanon canceled a LGBT conference following threats from religious.
In an interview with The Canadian Press, Ontario’s minister of government and consumer services Tracey MacCharles said the Government will launch gender-neutral birth certificates next year.
Huge victory !!! For several years, we have been waiting to find out which Asian country is going to legalize the equal marriage first and a great victory has taken place in Taiwan.