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.
Romania was to hold a referendum on a possible amendment to the constitution to prevent same-sex couples from getting married. An anti-LGBT group wanted to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman. Romanians said "no".
Australians have once again changed their Prime Minister and the newcomer is Scott Morrison.
In Atlanta, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that federal laws on discrimination cannot give protection based on sexual orientation. It considers that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act doesn't apply to LGBT people.
75 recommendations were presented to the government to promote equality and combat discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Great news in Bulgaria where, for the first time, the rights of a married lesbian couple have been recognized.
Bad news for LGBT people in Paraguay. As we look forward to a positive future for our community, the situation is reversing.
I have a great news for you. This year, all attempts to block or restrict our LGBT rights in the US states have been defeated.
Good news in the Philippines! The country's Supreme Court will hear debates on marriage for LGBTQ couples.