Just as after Americans elected President Donald Trump, the Brazilian LGBT community is determined to resist against its new president, Jair Bolsonaro, under the slogan “Ele Nao E Meu Presidente” (“He is not my president”).
Today, the mid-term elections are taking place in the United States and the results will have repercussions for the LGBT community.
The Democrats have promised to do everything to defend our rights.
Nancy Pelosi announced that if the Democrats regain control of the House, one of their priorities will be to extend federal protections against discrimination.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU) approved two bills that concern the LGBT community.
Paducah became the first city in western Kentucky to enact a non-discrimination order against the LGBT community.
San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy urges the Catholic Church to purge its “long-standing bigotry” against the LGBT community.
New Zealand has apologized to the LGBT community for all the anti-LGBT laws that have been passed in the past.
Emmanuel Macron became the new president of France and paid tribute to the LGBTQ community during the inauguration ceremony.
Since the revolution that took place in Tunisia in 2011, many things are beginning to change, especially for the LGBT community.
President Trump said he would not repeal the anti-LGBT discrimination decree and was trying to reassure the LGBTQ community.
The LGBT community has not been included in the first domestic anti-violence law of China.