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.
Legal action launched in Colorado could push the United States to recognize the people who do not identify as "male" or "female" on passports.
The Presbyterian churches of Brazil and Peru have decided to end their partnership with the Presbyterian Church of the United States after it changed its constitution to allow the celebration of marriages between same-sex couples.
We are everywhere in United-States!
The international association of gays and lesbians (ILGA) gained the accreditation of the United Nations.
Patrick Leahy, Senate Judiciary Committee chairman, indicated that the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing "in the next weeks" to repeal DOMA, Defense Of Marriage Act.
A new poll reports that most Americans think a quarter of the population of the United-States is gay or lesbian.
As we could envisage it, Michele Bachmman, republican candidate to the next presidential election in United States, will start Don't Ask Don't Tell policy again if she is elected.
A study made by Williams institute shows more gay and lesbian couples adopt a child in United-States.