In the coming days, the offices of the Turin police will see the sticker “Omofobia No Grazie” ("Homophobia, No Thank You”).
In Slovakia, the president Andrej Kiska has decided to hold a referendum on equal marriage in early 2015.
Monday, Marie-Pierre Pruvot aka Bambi, a trans woman who was a cabaret icon and a French teacher, was decorated by France with the Chevalier of the National Credit medal.
For a retired bishop of the Church of England, children raised by lesbians mothers and fatherless “contributes to delinquency”.
While the LGBT Association of Macedonia celebrated its second anniversary in a coffee shop in Skopje, 30 masked people attacked members with stones and bottles.
Denmark is a rather very welcoming to the LGBT community country but there are exceptions like the city of Mariager where a lesbian couple was a victim of anti-gay harassment.
Education secretary and equalities minister Nicky Morgan would change her vote on the marriage equality if the opportunity was given to her.
The United Nations have once again shown their opposition to the law of discrimination against LGBT people in Kyrgyzstan and called on countries not to approve it.
In France, after days to talk about the equal marriage law approved one year ago, the subject then drifted on the pros and especially the cons of the surrogacy and insemination, and again, regardless of the opinions of the French.
The Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino decided to recognize the unions of 16 same-sex couples although Italy does not recognize marriage equality.