The annual conference of the Labor party in Australia started and it is planned that they speak about gay marriage and decide if the party support it or if they do a conscience vote. Its leader, Prime Minister Julia Gillard, is opposed to marriage equality but a majority of the members would like a law allowing gay and lesbian couples the right to marry and they will do everything to support it following the example of Australians which presented a petition of more than 140,000 signatures.
Croatia will have to protect its LGBT community if it wants to join the European Union in 2013.
Pretty Little Liars will return for a third season the next summer on ABC but already, by January, you will be able to watch the second part of the season 2.
Simone's first date with Elisa starts off in Pleasantville but quickly veers into AreYouOnCracktown.
In 1997, a movie called It's In The Water told the story of Residents of the fictional town of Azalea Springs, Texas who go into a panic after a gay local says the town's water supply is what made him gay. I did not think that a day somebody would really believe it but a mayor of a small town in Peru thinks that the water will make them all gay. No kidding!
According to a study, even if Australian support in majority gay marriage, it would seem that it is not a priority, in a certain sense.
Simone's encounter with the paparazzi on the red carpet puts the squeeze on Simone and Sylvia's relationship.
The University of Oxford hosts every year Queerfest and, for the first time, we could see a rainbow flag above the university.
Last week, I spoke about Andrea Nardello and her last album My Aeroplane. After having discovered the artist, now it is time to discover her music through a track-by-track review.
You will also have the possibility of almost listening to all this album in a player from Andrea's website with some other songs that those of My Aeroplane and do not hesitate to tell me what you think in your comments.
Turn on your phones and let's get on with it!
Even if the county of Baltimore initially had refused that two lesbian police officers extend health benefits to their spouses, finally, they won the right to do it.