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casey stoney

 

Casey Stoney, lesbian and captain of the English football soccer team, said she would go neither to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia nor to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Quatar because of anti-gay laws of the two countries.

Published in Sport & Yoga

Karlsruhe

 

 

The right to adoption for same-sex couples was rejected by the Constitutional Court of Germany. 

Published in News From Europe

c4em

A petition was launched a few weeks ago to push gay marriage in U.K. and already 25.000 people signed it.

Published in News From Europe

alexandre loukachenko

For the president of Bielorussia, it is "better to be a dictator than being a fag".

Published in News From Europe

pekka-haavisto

In Finland, an openly gay candidate passed the first round of the presidential elections and is now at the second round, at one step to be the new president.

Published in News From Europe

russia orthodox church

 

 

The most powerful church of Russia, i.e. the Orthodox Church, proposed a referendum on the same-sex relationships ban.

Published in News From Europe

scotland Glasgow

 

 

The Scottish government, which hopes to legalize marriage equality soon, asks schools, and in particular the Catholic schools, to change their curriculum in order to include the same-sex marriage.

Published in News From Europe

Daniela Iraschko-Stolz

 

 

 

The first part of the Winter Olympics of Sochi is now finished, the second part will start in 2 weeks with the Winter Paralympics, so it is time to see the results, the medals which LGBT athletes won and to pay attention to what we did not see on TV.

Published in Sport & Yoga

finland

 

In Finland, the debate on marriage equality is launched. The Finnish members of Parliament started to discuss on opening marriage to same-sex couples. 

Published in News From Europe

irlande

 

A religious student-based society, The Legion of Mary, was stopped within the National University of Ireland, Galway, one of the largest universities of Ireland, after having distributed homophobe leaflets calling gay, lesbian people for choosing god and not homosexuality.

Published in News From Europe
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