Australia is not the only country that has not legalized marriage equality. Germany has not passed it either yet.
However, some advances have been approved in recent days by the German government, but they are criticized because they are in no way comparable to laws adopted in other European countries. One even judge them totally ridiculous.
Saturday, the Republic of Ireland became the first country to legalize marriage equality with a referendum.
The largest Protestant church in France just allowed pastors to celebrate same-sex marriages.
The openly lesbian member of the Parliament Angela Eagle could take the leadership of the British Labor Party.
Malta celebrated the first year of its civil unions act with pedestrian crossings in the rainbow colors.
While the adoption became legal in France in May 2013, insemination for lesbian couples is still not, but a court allowed four lesbian women to adopt children born to their wives abroad through insemination.
In Malta, a bill will prohibit health professionals to operate unnecessarily intersex infants.
The Irish Senate approved the bill allowing same-sex couples to adopt.
In France, there are now 30 companies that have signed the LGBT commitment charter!
Do you remember the two lesbians who were left sitting in the same plane of one of the most important anti-gay leaders in Russia and who had kissed while making a selfie who went around the world? Well, it took Vitaly Milonov and an anti-gay group time to identify them before to take revenge by organizing a police raid.