A first has took place in Germany where a member of the cabinet minister of the country came out!
Even if marriage equality is not legalized in Ireland yet, the government will allow a recognition of same-sex couples who got married in the other countries of the United Kingdom where equal marriage was approved, and the recognition could then be extended to marriages performed in other countries.
When the runs happen in Sochi, the supports for the LGBTQ community of Russia also continue.
As if it was not enough, Lithuania, and more precisely the Chair of the Seimas group of Order and Justice Party in Lithuania Petras Grazulis, introduced a draft amendment to prohibit the adoption by same-sex couples.
When today the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics of Sochi take place, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is openly opposed to the Russian anti-LGBT laws, a 14-year-old girl, Lena Klimova, waits the beginning of her lawsuit, Google and Canadian cites fly the rainbow flag.
The Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova said in an interview that she believes that individuals should have the opportunity to share their lives with whomever they want, a sort of mini-opposition to the fight against the "gay propaganda"!
Ben & Jerry's, a brand of ice cream from USA, openly supports equal rights and launched Apple-y Ever After to support gay marriage in UK.
The first Gay Pride in Prague will take place from August 10th to August 14th.
This first festival will be oganized over 5 days with a lot of things to see and do.
A spokesperson said: "We want to show the general public and of course visitors from abroad [that], Prague can host a complete pride festival."
"Prague is one of Europe’s main LGBT travel destinations and we are organising a festival the city can be proud of. By now we already know there will be a wide variety of events organized by our many partners."