After Ghana which will not legalize homosexuality as one has learned it yesterday, it is now Zambia and Zimbabwe to declare that their countries will not work on LGBT rights laws to receive British financial aid.
In Scotland, Ruth Davidson, openly lesbian, were elected leader of the conservative party.
United Nations Human Rights Committee asks Jamaica to protect LGBT people under the law.
It is official, there will be a third season of The Real L Word with cast of the second season that we will be able to continue to follow and new people.
Unlike the first two cycles, the show's third year will add New York to its filming locations and revolve around new East Coast cast members and see Los Angeles "fan favorites" -- like Whitney – return as reports Hollywood Reporter.
Lady Gaga launches a foundation to fight against bullying in the schools.
With the assistance of John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The California Endowment and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, Lady Gaga launches the Born This Way Foundation, a nonprofit focusing on youth empowerment and "issues like self-confidence, well-being, anti-bullying, mentoring and career development."
It is a big first in Idonesia, a private clinic designed for LGBT patients opened.
The bad news continue in France, after the rejection of gay marriage, the Parliament decided that gays and lesbians in a civil union will not receive benefits if their partner dies.
The police ordered that the festival of LGBT arts is cancelled in Malaysia.
From now on in England and in Wales, religious buildings could host gay and lesbian civil unions.
Dragan Markovic, member of Parliament in Serbia, was condemned by the court following his anti-gay remarks.