The Swiss National Council has banned homophobic and transphobic crimes.
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A new survey conducted in Switzerland shows that seven out of ten people are in favor of marriage for same-sex couples who, for the moment, have civil unions.
Great news in Switzerland, where voters rejected a referendum initiative that would have banned the equal marriage in the constitution.
The Christian Democratic Party of Switzerland attempts to ban marriage equality this month.
I just learned that next year, Switzerland will decide on four bills, including one concerning the LGBT community.
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.
In 2013, the Genevan Parliament had submitted a bill to include the fight against homophobia in the constitution, but on June 17, the upper house rejected this proposal.
By a 12-2 vote, the Legal Affairs Committee of the National Council (the lower house of the Federal Assembly of Switzerland) approved a same-sex marriage legalization initiative introduced by the Green Liberal Party.
About families with gay and lesbian parents, things are completely different than we are in the French-speaking Switzerland or in the German-speaking part. For example, a new campaign targeting same-sex parents was launched in Zurich.