Despite the legalization of marriage equality by the Supreme Court of the United States, many states such as Nevada have retained the same-sex marriage ban in state laws even if they are invalid.
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 lesbian country singer Chely Wright strongly opposes bigoted laws and calls on the country stars to take a stand for LGBT rights.
The prohibition of the first gay music video in Kenya had the effect not to silence its creators, but to promote the LGBT community across the country.
Last Thursday, President Obama was invited to the Ellen DeGeneres Show in which both President Obama thanked Ellen for her important role which allowed changes in point of view, and both Ellen thanked President Obama for what he has done, particularly in terms of LGBT rights.
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) will organize its Oceania Human Rights and Health Conference from 9 to 11 March.
For the first time, a meeting was held between U.S. LGBT Envoy for the Human Rights, Randy Berry, and Vatican officials.
As if the "gay propaganda" law was not enough, the Russian lawmakers have introduced a bill that would penalize with fines between 4000-5000 rubles ($61-$77 / €57-€72) and up to 15 days jail any "demonstration of one's distorted sexual preferences in public places."
I just learned that next year, Switzerland will decide on four bills, including one concerning the LGBT community.