Governor Tony Evers began his term by issuing an order to protect LGBTQ employees against discrimination.
The year started badly for LGBTQ people in Brazil. January 1, 2019 marked the beginning of Jair Bolsonaro’s presidential mandate, who removed LGBTQ concerns from the Ministry of Human Rights.
California has become the first state to approve LGBT-inclusive history textbooks in primary schools.
In Israel, the Ministry of Education has submitted a new directive to preschool teachers asking them to stop mentioning the terms "mom" and "dad" in their activities.
Last year, we rejoiced to learn that Vietnam had legalized marriage equality, but despite the abolition of the ban on marriage equality by the government, the Vietnamese LGBT community is affected by acts of discrimination and bullying in schools, and this is very worrying.
The openly gay singer QueenEarth, back to the United States after a European tour, released a new single «Love Will Find Its Own Way».
Really, this is going better and better in the Philippines where an order prohibiting anti-gay discrimination was adopted in Quezon City.
The president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, has decided to withdraw school kit against homophobia.
For the first time, a report submitted by the UN Council of Human Rights details all discriminations, violences sudden throughout the world by LGBTQ people with a list of recommendations to protect us.
Good news! Opponents of SB48, which is the law which allows to teach LGBT history in schools of California, have just admitted that they will not have enough signatures to bring a vote against it!