In this month’s look at news from around the world, we examine a new HIV test vending machine, a marriage equality cruise and London’s gay bar fight
Around the World: Hong Kong Teens Love Porn, Australia Violates Intl Law, UK Hate Crimes on the Rise
In this month’s look at world news, we check in on how the fight for marriage equality is going, plus some great news about representation
10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Racism in the LGBTQ Community, Pride Month Abroad, Denying a Child’s Gender Identity is Abuse
In this month’s look at global stories, we bring you news of Pride Month around the world, HIV in Africa, and Canada’s move to protect queer kids
10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Scotland Approves PrEP, the Philippines Backtracks on Marriage Equality, LGBTQ Acceptance Helps All Communities
In this look at news from around the world, Scotland’s approved PrEP and studies show that LGBTQ acceptance leads to fewer assaults on all communities
In this look at world news, we check in with a Hungarian town that’s a ‘refuge for Christians,’ and uncover why LGBTQ South Africans fear for their lives
10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Tanzania Closes HIV Centers, Trans Voting in Ecuador, ‘Moonlight’ in Botswana
Tanzania closes HIV centers because a place for HIV tests and counseling apparently ‘encourages homosexuality’ — that and more in our look around the world
10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Gay Men Hunted for Sport, HIV in Russia, Canada Wants to Get You Laid
Due to state-sponsored homophobia, there are over 250 new cases of HIV in Russia a day—that and more in our look at news from around the world
Around the World: UK Court Rules Against Trans Kids, Half of Trans Russians Denied Work, Hong Kong Uses Conversion Therapy
In a baffling, enraging decision, the United Kingdom’s High Court took a trans child away from their mother for letting them “live entirely as a girl” — and other bitter parents are hopping on the bandwagon.
Around the World: New HIV Sculpture in Amsterdam, UK Launches PrEP Trial, HIV on the Rise in Philippines
New York wasn’t the only city to get public art for World HIV Day — Amsterdam got an abacus to countdown the days until the world is free of AIDS.
Around the World: Evil Mother Tries to Keep Trans Daughter from Transitioning, Malawi Holds Public Inquiries on Queer Issues
Be glad your mother’s not this evil: She’s suing her emancipated daughter (along with everyone else under the sun) to keep her from starting Hormone Replacement Therapy to begin her transition. WTF?!
Konni Burton is doing her Tea Party proud; she just introduced a dangerous, stupid bill requiring schools to out queer kids to their parents—even if it’s not safe
The dictionary has had our back for ages when it comes to explaining what words mean — and now they have our back when it comes to the spectrum of queer identities.