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Chiara Foglietta Micaela

 

After the Turin government refused to register the child of a lesbian couple, they started a process to gain recognition. With only 10 days of existence, Niccolò Pietro has become a symbol. He is the first "baby with two moms" born and registered in Italy. The mayor of Turin decided to help LGBT families.

Published in News From Europe

lgbt south korean

 

As the Olympic Winter Games have started in South Korea and LGBT athletes have distinguished themselves, the country's LGBT community is trying to be recognized.

Sofia

 

A lesbian couple launched the very first legal battle to recognize LGBT marriages in Bulgaria.

Published in News From Europe
Friday, 20 October 2017 16:20

California recognizes a third gender

california id card

 

California governor signed the bill into law that allows recognition of a third gender.

Published in Gender
Thursday, 28 September 2017 23:47

California could recognize a third gender soon

LGBT California

 

California could recognize a third gender soon.

Published in Gender
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 00:11

Ireland may recognize non-binary people

non binary people

 

 

Ireland could recognize non-binary people.

Published in News From Europe

church of ireland

 

 

During a large gathering, the Church of Ireland made the decision not to recognize same-sex relationships.

Published in News From Europe

Gov Haslam

 

In Tennessee, LGBT rights defenders are asking Governor Bill Haslam not to sign Senate Bill 1085 into law.

 agender

 

 

Multnomah County Judge Amy Holmes Hehn has filed a motion to officially recognize Patrick Abbatiello aka Patch from Portland, Oregon as agender.

Published in Gender

germany protestant church

 

 

Great news in Germany, where the Protestant Church, the second largest denomination in the country, approved the equal marriage and its official registration.

Published in News From Europe
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