From now on, the United Nations General Assembly is chaired by Sam Kutesa, Foreign Minister of Uganda, a country that criminalize homosexuality and forces people to denounce homosexual relationships.
It is from now on possible to the British nationals and their partners to get married in the consulates of more than 20 countries of which Russia and Australia.
The Pew Research company recently went and meet people living in 40 different countries to ask them the following question: "Do you personally believe that homosexuality is morally acceptable, morally unacceptable, or is it not a moral issue?" Here thus results of this survey.
The question which people start to ask, as the beginning of the Sochi Winter Olympics drew near, relates to the boycott of these Games or not because of the Russian anti-gay laws.
A few days ago, I shared with you the scornful worlds of Gambian Presient Yahya Jammeh towards homosexuality and countries supporting LGBTQ rights during an assembly of the United Nations.
Here in detail what the foreign ministers talk about during this assembly which, for the first time, was devoted to LGBT issues and notably violence and discrimination suffered by our community in the world.
Now that we have a new Pope, it missed only his first words about marriage equality.
Historic decision during a meeting of the NGO committee!
The "Australian Lesbian Medical Association" obtained a UN special consultant statute and will be able to represent the LGBTQ community at the United Nations.
So I'm back. Sorry for the lack of news, I travelled and I did not have the possibility of connecting my computer to the US electricity and now the wifi in the hotel where I'm located in Los Angeles is just shitty. So here what we missed?
So the world has a new Pope since Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, who has chose the name of Francis I, was elected and became the 266th Pope and the first from South America. But the most important question is: what does he think about us?