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.
A study shows that businesses with one or more LGBT people in senior management positions have better outcomes.
Openly gay Irish Prime Minister and a pro-LGBT priest will address the pope during the World Meeting of Families to be held August 21-26 in Dublin.
During International Women's Day, a group of Catholic women had planned a conference with pro-LGBTQ speakers in the Vatican. But the event had to be held elsewhere. Pope Francis also canceled his mass.
If you live in Georgia (Europe), in Myanmar, in Kyrgyzstan, and in Uruguay, I have good news for you! The Human Rights Campaign has decided to join forces with four groups to defend the interests of the community.
Saturday was therefore organized a great women's march, which had a huge success with several million people gathered together to defend the same values.
A few months ago I announced the appointment of an expert on LGBTQ issues in the United Nations in charge of investigating discrimination and violence sudden in our community.
Well, last night was not easy, it turned into a real nightmare not just for the United States because, unfortunately, the extremists from other countries welcome this victory of Trump and say 'Let's do it too' and it's scary.
We will not lie, we will not say that it will be ok, we know the future for our community will be very hard, but are we going to give up and will we be silent? Certainly not.
The Human Rights Council of the United Nations has appointed its first independent expert, a Thai Professor Vitit Muntarbhorn, in charge of making an investigation on discrimination and violence against the LGBTQ community.
IBM's diversity chief Lindsay-Rae McIntyre issued a blog that lists what IBM does for its LGBTQ workers in the US and worldwide.
More than a hundred of United Methodist Church clergy members have come out as lesbian, gay or bisexual in anticipation of a Church conference where the new church policy was discussed.
It's true that in the UK it is not a first. We have seen the rainbow bus, the rainbow pedestrian crossings, it is also found in other countries as the United States, so are we really surprised by "Gay”, the totally pink plane? :)