The Faroe Islands, which are an archipelago of Denmark but have their own legislation, have approved marriage for same-sex couples.
Russia has told its citizens not to be too homophobic during their trip abroad.
Expert Market has just published its annual report "Great place to be ... LGBT workers" on the recognition and treatment of European LGBTQ workers. So what are the countries where you can work well when you are an LGBTQ person?
The Danish Parliament has made a historic decision for transgender rights since in effect it annulled the classification of transgender identities as mental illness.
The Irish parliament has approved the recognition of gender!
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.
A Gallup poll shows that more than a majority of the inhabitants of the Faroe Islands is in favor of equal marriage.
An international study shows people in the world accept more LGBTQ over the two last decades for a part of the world but unfortunately, it is worst in some other countries in East Europe.
In France, it is a step ahead, a step behind.
One could wonder where will go UK financial aids? Certainly not in the pockets of the Zimbabwe's president.
A minister in Malaysia repeats once again that homosexuality is illegal and has no intention to change this.
Perhaps, in Denmark, you will be able to you marry in Lutheran churches.
Lastly, Google goes towards always more equality.