A transgender woman from Wyoming, has secured a Democratic nomination to run for the Wyoming House of Representatives.
The largest newspaper in Minnesota, the Star Tribune, has published a full-page anti-transgender ad, paid for by the Minnesota Child Protection League, an anti-LGBT group, according to Cosmopolitan.com.
A new law in the Indonesian province of Aceh has made gay sex punishable by 100 lashes with a cane.
It’s been six months since the Marriage Bill (Same-Sex couples) was passed and new research suggests fewer than half of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGB&T) couples research whether a destination is LGB&T-friendly before travelling overseas. The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) is encouraging LGB&T couples going on honeymoons overseas to choose Continue Reading
Hundreds of gay activists made their way through downtown Belgrade for gay pride in a peaceful march under the protection of Serbian riot police.
An assistant basketball coach from a Catholic high school in Philadelphia has been forced to resign over allegations that he was involved in a homophobic attack against a gay couple who were held down, punched and beaten by up to a dozen people. Fran McGlinn, formerly of Archbishop Wood High Continue Reading
Domestic abuse is not frequently talked about in the LGBT* communities and LGBT Domestic Abuse Forum say the lack of choices or safe accommodation for victims rarely gets any attention. That’s why LGBT DAF are inviting practitioners, researchers, services and members of the community to attend the 3rd LGBT* Domestic Abuse Continue Reading
Transport for London have installed a ‘rainbow crossing’ outside Arsenal Underground station to raise awareness of Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces 2014 campaign.
The creative and performing arts industry has long been regarded as a safe haven for the LGBT community. However, a recent survey of 5,700 members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has uncovered some shocking findings: •More than 50% of lesbian, Continue Reading
Brian Davisdon, the British consul-general to Shanghai, married his partner, Scott Chang at a ceremony held in the garden of the official residence of Britain’s ambassador to China, which is UK territory.