Feminist journalist Camille Emmanuelle managed to discreetly attend the summer rally of "Manif Pour Tous" (rally for all), unfortunately her partner in this process has been recognized and they have had access to only a part of the event as any journalist. They were able to attend conferences but not workshops and when you consider what they have suffered, we dare not imagine the rest.
A Gallup poll shows that more than a majority of the inhabitants of the Faroe Islands is in favor of equal marriage.
There was to be a referendum on the "family protection" law in Slovakia since the Alliance for the Family (AZR) had obtained enough signatures but Slovak President Andrej Kiska preferred that the Constitutional Court first assesses whether the referendum questions are consistent with the country's constitution.
For the first time, the Italian justice has recognized an adoption by the partner of the biological mother.
A new law now allows Danish transgender people to have their real gender legally recognized, but yet it does not meet the trans* people because it requires a "reflection period".
I mentioned the other day the French association SOS Homophobie and the fact that it had obtained a new license to fight against homophobia and transphobia in high schools. Today, the association is looking for volunteers.
In November 2013, the European Court of Human Rights condemned Greece for discrimination against same-sex couples. This week, 162 LGBT couples have appealed against the conservative Greek state for such discrimination which continue.
The Macedonian Parliament will consider a constitutional amendment that would prohibit marriage equality.
The center of independent public opinion research (CVVM) published the results of a poll on support for marriage equality in the Czech Republic and unfortunately the results are not good. In fact, support has fallen by 6%.
Good news in Europe! The Croatian parliament passed a law that allows same-sex couples access to the same rights as straight couples, except for the adoption.