As announced at the beginning of the year, the Shibuya district of Tokyo now allows same-sex couples to seek recognition of their union, but also to access to the same rights as married couples.
"She's beautiful when she's angry" is a documentary that traces the epic of the women's movement from 1966 to 1971, which allowed women around the world to get rights.
A report of Amnesty International shows that Turkey doesn't care about LGBT people.
The citizenship study guide received by the new Canadians finally mentions gay and lesbian rights.
Maybe a good news for Jamaica, its new Prime Minister could reconsider anti-gay laws.
This is the surprise of the year! Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe could be gay! It is what affirms a deputy who besides had been arrested.
John Atta Mills, president of Ghana, will not legalize homosexuality in spite of UK's threats to stop financial aid.
Two bills awarding the LGBTQ community more rights have just been signed by D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray.
After the homophobe remarks of the pope Benedict, a Belgian senator wants her country protests officially by the means of the higher representative of the church of the Belgium Giacinto Berloco.
In Lithuania, a poll shows what the population thinks of civil unions and the results is more than negative for us.