Denmark News and Stories
Two gay penguins at a Denmark zoo started some drama by stealing a straight couple’s chick, but the story has a happy ending
Denmark has officially declared that transgender identity is not a mental disorder, but the World Health Organization disagrees.
Photos from the annual gay pride festival in Copenhagen — one of Europe’s most gay-friendly cities and a fun, approachable gay pride as a tourist
Photos from the travelling “In Infinity” art exhibition featuring the weird and wonderful works from Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
Belize just became the latest country — and the first in the Caribbean — to decriminalize homosexuality! That and more in our monthly look at global good news!
How bad are transphobic bathroom bills like North Carolina’s House Bill 2? The European Union says they violate international human rights laws.
A gay Europe travel guide to the best gay cities, including travel tips on the best gay bars, clubs, tours & hotels in Barcelona, Berlin, London, Paris, Rome and other top gay cities.
The small Central American nation uses earth, wind, fire and water to produce 99% of its electricity energy. Can larger countries follow suit?
Young cartoonists and journalists from 15 European countries have assembled an important comic report on freedom of the press.
While some nations sang about unity, a handful of competitors just said “LOL byeeeeeeeeee” and sang songs that had squat to do with building bridges or world peace or whatever.