If you want to marry in Buenos Aires, it is from now on possible.
Joyce Banda became the new president of Malawi and asked the Parliament to repeal the ban of homosexuality.
The president of the NAACP, African-American civil rights organization, announced that its board of directors voted to endorse marriage equality.
During the weekend, Christine Quinn married her partner, Kim Catullo.
Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, who urged last week during the international day against homophobia and transphobia to respect LGBT rights, currently visits Zimbabwe.
The new French government reaffirms its commitment to pass marriage and adoption for gay and lesbian couples. The new Prime Minister and the new Minister for the family affirm their support for the two laws.
A few months ago, we discovered with horror ecuadorian clinics in which lesbians were tortured. Then, we learned that they were to be closed by the government. Today, nothing was done. The government did not closed the clinics which continue to torture lesbians.
New York could for the first time have a lesbian mayor because Christine Quinn leads to replace the current mayor of the city Michael Bloomberg.
But how will finish this season 8 of Grey's Anatomy? We know that in the finale episode, following an air crash, one of the main character will die. Will it be Arizona, Meredith, Christina, Lexie, Mark or Derek?
Today, we sort of celebrate (I would prefer that this day does not exist) the annual International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) but why this day is so important?