Ireland could recognize non-binary people.
During a large gathering, the Church of Ireland made the decision not to recognize same-sex relationships.
In Ireland, research has shown that the number of LGBT young people feeling uncomfortable to come out is increasing. So the Irish government has decided to launch a major program for LGBT youth.
Like every year, it's time to take a quick look at the situation in Europe. So what are the most welcoming countries for LGBTQ people?
That's it, it's official, Northern Ireland is the only country in the UK not to have legalized marriage equality yet as the Isle of Man has just done it!
Ireland never ceases to surprise us! After the equal marriage was adopted by referendum, and after it recently recognized gender without medical intervention, Ireland has just removed the religious exemption.
While Reverend Christina Bradley of the Presbyterian Church of Ireland was the only one to rejoice the people vote in favor of equal marriage earlier this year, she comes to back down, warned by her superiors.
The Irish parliament has approved the recognition of gender!
Irish Minister for Equality Aodhán Ó Ríordáin wants the repeal a law that allows religious organizations, including schools and hospitals, to discriminate against LGBT people in the field of employment.
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.