While a concrete strategy isn’t yet laid out, the administration reportedly has plans to launch a global campaign
What is asylum, and how does it affect members of the world’s LGBTQ communities differently than other segments of society?
Today’s big headlines include an end to the Kevin Hart scandal (phew) and the announcement of the 2019 Grammy nominations
An upcoming Romania gay marriage vote may set back the country’s LGBTQ rights back a few decades as so-called Christians vote to ban marriage equality
Between the stunning outdoor scenery and thriving nightlife, gay Reykjavik should be on everyone’s bucket list for a unique experience
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? […]