Here is the most beautiful victory of the year! Australia has legalized marriage equality! Australian LGBT couples finally get official recognition of their unions.
No, Austria has not legalized equal marriage. The Austrian Constitutional Court has ruled in favor of same-sex marriages. It follows a complaint filed by a couple of women. But the new government is opposed to LGBT unions.
The Church of Sweden will replace “he” and “Lord” from services, hymns and publishings with gender-neutral terms. This decision provoked a lot of reactions.
Actress Ellen Page has joined the cast of "The Umbrella Academy" to premiere in 2018 on Netflix.
Sri Lanka could make a huge leap forward in LGBTQ rights. The government could decriminalize homosexuality. The announcement comes after the United Nations has studied Human Rights in the country. The main LGBT group in Sri Lanka has welcomed this decision.
Yes! Judge Marvin J. Garbis has blocked Trump's ban, which prevents trans people from serving in the military. He considers that it violates the constitution. And that a "capricious, arbitrary, and unqualified" tweet cannot replace a methodical review.
The resignation of President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe could have been good news. Imagine 30 years of Donald Trump. But his replacement doesn't seem very open about LGBTQ rights.
Screenwriter and playwright Marja Lewis Ryan will oversee the reboot of The L Word. Marja will be the showrunner and executive producer. The series' creator, Ilene Chaiken, and three actresses of the original cast, Jennifer Beals (Bette), Katherine Moennig (Shane) and Leisha Hailey (Alice) will also produce the reboot.
Tanzania strengthens its repression on LGBT people. It has arrested more than a dozen people who allegedly promoted homosexuality. People with HIV are also at risk.
You'll find Catherine Zeta-Jones even sexier in TV biopic "Cocaine Godmother". She plays the largest drug trafficker, Griselda Blanco, who was openly bisexual. It's going to be a great movie!