Things are speeding up in Japan for the LGBTQ community. Indeed, after many Japanese districts, the country's Supreme Court has made a decision that may legalize marriage equality in the country.
The LGBT community has not been included in the first domestic anti-violence law of China.
More good news from Australia, where same-sex couples will be able to adopt in the state of Victoria. Still nothing new on the federal level, but it moves in the states!
Sandra Moran then enters the Guatemalan Congress and became the first openly gay member to join.
Transgender people of Bolivia will soon be able to officially change their identity (name, sex and gender).
Pending the equal marriage in Australia, the members of the Parliament in Queensland, an Australian state, voted in favor of civil unions.
And three! A Japanese city of Takarazuka has officially recognized same-sex relationships.
The Supreme Court of Mexico has just taken a step towards equality for all again by repealing the law which prohibited marriage equality in the state of Jalisco.
After a legal battle that lasted nine months, police officer K Prithika Yashini will soon be able to take her position in the police station in Tamil Nadu, becoming the first trans* Police Officer.
Kim Bo-mi, 23, was elected president of the student body of one of the most prestigious universities in South Korea with 86.8% of the votes. It is true that she was the only candidate, but her application could be rejected.
"Aguda", an Israeli group for LGBT rights, has filed a petition to the Israeli High Court to try to legalize equal marriage.