Which are the most LGBT-friendly countries in 2019? And which are the worst? The 2019 Gay Travel Index is out and shows Canada, Portugal, and Sweden are the best, far ahead of other countries like the United States.
Frida Modén Treichl has released her debut single entitled "Amazon of Wonder," which tells her first love story with a woman, the one that made her understand her bisexuality.
Sweden has its first LGBT-certified sports stadium in Uppsala, a city located a few kilometers from the capital Stockholm.
The Church of Sweden will replace “he” and “Lord” from services, hymns and publishings with gender-neutral terms. This decision provoked a lot of reactions.
From July 31 to August 6, the Swedish capital Stockholm is going to have same-sex traffic lights to celebrate the city's Pride week.
Expert Market has just published its annual report "Great place to be ... LGBT workers" on the recognition and treatment of European LGBTQ workers. So what are the countries where you can work well when you are an LGBTQ person?
This year's Eurovision Song Contest is hosted in Stockholm, capital of Sweden since last year is the Swedish candidate who won the contest. To celebrate the biggest singing competition in the world, Stockholm has made some changes in its infrastructure and adorned with the rainbow colors.
While the Women's World Cup is currently taking place in Canada, the player of the team of Switzerland Ramona Bachmann, has for the first time talked about her girlfriend Camille who accompanied her to Canada.
The professional hockey team of Kiruna IF, the same name as the city in Sweden where this team is, decided to become the first LGBT certified sport team and will proudly wear on the ice the colors of the LGBTQ community with their rainbow jerseys.
After falling in love with a bull who broke his heart because he is straight, a Swedish bisexual pig seeks a gay partner for serious relationship.