Sadly, the LGBTQ community has a lot of work to do fighting homophobia around the world; here’s our monthly roundup of what’s happening.
Even though we’re coming up on the one-year anniversary of having legalized same-sex marriage in the US, not every country has marriage equality; but we’re getting there!
It’s always important to focus on the good that’s going on in the world — like the German gay vultures who have adopted an abandoned egg.
Our monthly roundup looks at homophobic legislation and anti-LGBTQ violence around the world.
It’s always important to not just fight the world’s injustices, but to reflect on victories as well.
For all those who say politics don’t really matter — HB2 has caused calls to the Trans Lifeline to double. That and more in our roundup of the intersection of politics and queerness.
While the US now has marriage quality, it’s not the same everywhere — thankfully, activists are making great strides around the world.
Nigeria’s anti-gay laws, combined with institutional homophobia and misconceptions about HIV are keeping men from getting the help they need.
Malta and Brazil speak out against so-called “ex-gay therapy”, world courts rule in favor of LGBT rights and more in our world news round-up!
In March alone, governments and organizations from Europe, Africa and Asia did things to combat HIV and raise prominent LGBT activists and artists.
A round-up of news on anti-LGBT violence around the world shows that institutional queerphobia exists, even in “Westernized” places like Australia and Europe.
The Czech Republic has started investigating 30 HIV-positive men for having condomless sex, even though no one else has charged them with any crime or transmission.