Bad news for LGBT people in Paraguay. As we look forward to a positive future for our community, the situation is reversing.
Good news! The World Health Organization (WHO) has finally stopped considering gender dysphoria, and thus being a transgender person, as a mental health disorder. WHO wants to fight stigma and discrimination of trans people around the world.
A few weeks ago, we had good news from Italy. The Mayor of Turin recognized the baby of a lesbian couple for the first time. Now, the Italian government has decided to ban the recognition of same-sex marriages conducted abroad.
The Brazilian web series RED is back for a season 4.
Are you up for a lesbian Batwoman on TV? Me too! The CW will soon launch a new series based on the cartoon Batwoman but the superheroine will be lesbian.
Jackson Hole City Council in Wyoming has unanimously passed a non-discrimination ordinance.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has approved the "conversion therapies" ban for LGBTQ youth. Bethlehem thus becomes the eighth jurisdiction of the state to prohibit this kind of "therapies".
In an interview with Net-A-Porter, actress Tessa Thompson said she is attracted to men and women but didn't want to be given a specific label.
The Pembrokeshire Vegan Organic group offers us the sentence of the month, or even of the year! He states that chemical pollutants make people gay or transgender.
CONTRAST Film Festival will take place July 20-22 in Austin, Texas. This first edition will feature five films that focus on women and the queer community.