Valentine’s day is a day on which many people celebrate their love. But not everybody gets to celebrate their love equally.
India’s Supreme Court are to consider repealing the colonial-era law that criminalises homosexuality.
The Prime Minister of Australia has confirmed that the government will legalise same-sex marriage if the Australian people choose marriage equality in a federal plebiscite.
Thousands of people gathered in Rome, Italy, to protest against a proposed bill that would give marriage and adoption rights to gay couples.
In the past weeks, the internet has been awash with rumours of a gay romance in the Star Wars film series.
It’s claimed that an Irish Labour party advert showing Sinn Féin leader, Gerry Adams, and Fianna Fail leader, Micheal Martin, photoshopped as a gay couple was “drafted but not actually commissioned”, said a Labour party spokesperson.
A new book, published in Hong Kong, claims that China’s first Prime Minister, Zhou Enlai, was probably gay.
China has passed a law against domestic violence, for married and unmarried couples who are co-habiting, but only if they are a man and a woman.
Greek parliament have voted overwhelmingly to legalise same-sex civil partnerships.
Slovenia has begun voting in a referendum on whether to allow same-sex marriage.