«Snow Flower» is the name given to the first lesbian Nepalese film to be released in spring 2012.
Following an international pressure, lawmakers of St Petersburg decided to reconsider the "gay propaganda" law.
After anti-gay filters on Internet in United States, here anti-gay filters for sms in Pakistan. The government wanted indeed to set up a filter on cellphones which would ban around 1,700 words considered to be "obscene" as 'gay' and even if the government decided to reduce the number of words to a dozen, nothing indicates that the project will not be developed in a near future.
Spanish legislative elections have took place and results are not good for the LGBT community. Partido Popular, the conservative party, indeed won and its leader, Mariano Rojoy, became the new chief of the government and leader of a conservative majority which could repeal the law allowing gay marriage.
Lady Gaga will be honoured as Hero by The Trevor Project, US gay youth organization, as well as Google which will receive an award for promoting its gay employees within the company.
The ceremony will take place in Hollywood on December 4th.
A conference has took place in Strasbourg, France with as subject the migration issues of gay and lesbian couples in Europe.
Andrea Nardello. You may never heard this name before and yet, in 2010, she was under consideration for a Grammy Nomination.
Her splendid voice rocked by an acoustic guitar sometimes accompanied by percussions and sometimes accompanied by a saxophone, Andrea Nardello lures us into her world singing her own experience.
Independent singer and compositor, she tells us about her second album My Aeroplane, her career, her inspirations or her originality.
Switzerland could allow adoption by gays and lesbians.
I wrote a few day ago about gay "propaganda" laws in St Petersburg. These laws have just been approved by the legislators.
The 6th edition of Stonewall awards, rewarding people who encourage, inspire or do the most for gays, lesbians and bisexual in the year, has took place. Without much surprise, Melanie Philips was elected the bigot of the year and the award for the hero of the year was received by Roger Crouch.