I loved what happened in Paris. The Mayor of the French capital, Anne Hidalgo, decided that rainbow pedestrian crossings would be permanent after they were vandalized.
In Atlanta, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that federal laws on discrimination cannot give protection based on sexual orientation. It considers that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act doesn't apply to LGBT people.
Great news! A study shows that more than half of Hong Kong's residents support marriage equality.
The Republican Party took new anti-LGBT positions during its convention in Texas.
There will be a sequel to the Hocus Pocus movie that will feature a love story between two queer teens.
75 recommendations were presented to the government to promote equality and combat discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Cartoon series Steven Universe featured a proposal between two women in episode five entitled "The Question".
Great news in Bulgaria where, for the first time, the rights of a married lesbian couple have been recognized.
The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles approved a woman's request for a lesbian license plate in honor of her wife.
Move.org, a resource for all things moving, revealed the ranking of the 50 US states from best to worst for LGBT families.