A first took place in the UK perhaps leading us into a new era.
Fourteen organizations join forces to fight against the so-called reparative therapy. They want to inform of their misdeeds and dangerousness but also better train health workers.
To improve the fight against homophobia, the British army will now ask for new recruits to indicate their sexuality, knowing that they can choose not to answer.
For a retired bishop of the Church of England, children raised by lesbians mothers and fatherless “contributes to delinquency”.
Education secretary and equalities minister Nicky Morgan would change her vote on the marriage equality if the opportunity was given to her.
Following the reprimand of a Sainsbury's supermarket security guard in Brighton for a lesbian couple, one of which had embraced each other on the cheek, dozens of people gathered in the supermarket to organize a big kiss-in.
We are already pleased to know that the lesbian character of Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh) would be back in the new season of "Doctor Who", but in addition, the first episode will include a lesbian kiss!
The United Reformed Church did not become the largest church in the United Kingdom accepting to perform same-sex marriages.
A few weeks ago, we had had a world vision of LGBTQ rights thanks to a survey conducted by . Today, ILGA-Europe publishes its "Annual Review of the Human Rights Situation of LGBTI People in Europe".
Authors, Luca Panzini, Fabri Kramer, and Eric Rosswood, are teaming up for a one time only book signing located at the Gay’s the Word Bookstore in London. Panzini and Kramer are the co-authors of Some People Have Two Dads and Some People Have Two Mums, two books that cover the topic of children living in households with same-sex parents. Panzini’s latest book is set to be released in early April and is titled, Adopting our TwoDads. The story revolves around two children who end up being adopted by a loving gay couple.