A new Europe gay marriage ruling has determined that all 28 member nations of the European Union must allow same-sex spouses to live in their countries
European Union gay marriage may soon come to the EU’s 28 member nations thanks to an opinion released today by a major EU court’s top lawyer
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?!
Quick: guess which one of the European Union’s countries is the most queer. You have a one-in-28 chance of guessing correctly.
It’s been a hard week, so settle in for the weekend with our look at good news from around the world.
As if putting the UK economy into free-fall weren’t enough, Brexit may negatively impact LGBTQ rights around the world.
Hot off the neonatal catwalks comes London’s must-have new accessory for Spring 2o16: Three-Person Babies. Ah, some sort of New Normal gay couple-sponsored Midwestern farmgirl parenting situation, you say? Uh-uh. Are we talking two fathers inseminating a surrogate with a genetic jambalaya and pinky-swearing to never spring for a DNA test? […]