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LGBTQ acceptance grew globally over past four decades — but not everywhere
Most of the 174 countries analyzed experienced an increase in acceptance since 1981, though 16 showed a decline.
November 13, 2019

Roots of Homophobia: Has Life Changed After Abolishing 377?

Hailing from a country where the line between the public and the private is conveniently blurred, it’s not hard to believe that the spectrum of conventional morality suppresses a queer individual's pe...
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October 25, 2019

Q&A: LGBTQ discrimination expert sees 'paradigm shift' at UN
Countries are starting to see the importance of having a conversation around violence and discrimination, says Victor Madrigal-Borloz, U.N. independent expert on protections for LGBTQ people.
October 24, 2019
Where Americans and Europeans stand on democratic and social values
Americans increasingly resemble Western Europeans in attitudes about LGBT rights and gender equality, and they generally are more progressive than Central and Eastern Europeans.
October 16, 2019
Gay Salvadoran finds freedom and hardship in America
Luis Rodriguez crossed into America in May 2018. Over a year later, his asylum claim hasn't been approved. He says it was impossible to stay in El Salvador.
October 12, 2019
LGBT groups from both sides of divided Cyprus join forces
Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot gay rights groups sidestepped Cyprus’ ethnic divide to formalize their collaboration in raising public awareness about gay rights and working to buttress those rights through legislation
October 06, 2019
LGBTQ Syrian refugees forced to choose between their families and who they are
“It broke my heart that my parents were the ones I was most afraid of,” said Fuad al-Essa.
October 06, 2019
Same-Sex Marriage Comes To Costa Rica In 2020 And You Should, Too
Before you plan your next tropical getaway, check out these top ways the LGBT chamber of commerce and Marriott will ensure you’ll always feel like a beloved member of the family in Costa Rica.
October 05, 2019
What's it really like being LGBT in Poland?
Following the violent abuse faced by many queer activists in Poland, under the country's right wing Law and Justice Party, we speak to seven young LGBT people in Poland to find out the reality.
October 05, 2019
Rwandan gospel singer comes out as gay, to country's shock
Albert Nabonibo shocked many Rwandans in August when he revealed in an interview with a Christian YouTube channel that he is gay in a country where such a public assertion of homosexuality is unheard of.
September 16, 2019
In Poland, simmering anti-LGBTQ sentiment boils over into violence
A mob of right-wing Poles has attacked a pride march in the town of Bialystok, one of several areas declaring themselves to be LGBTQ-free. The incident represents the realization of the fears of the U.S. ambassador to Poland, Georgette Mosbacher, who worried a conservative Polish newspaper's pledge to distribute anti-gay stickers would stoke violence. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports....
July 23, 2019
Pride Power List: Sir Ian McKellen and Munroe Bergdorf among top 100 celebrated LGBT+ people
On Saturday 6 July, the capital commemorates Pride in London – celebrating the lives, achievements, history and future of the LGBT+ community.
July 06, 2019
Americans’ views flipped on gay rights. How did minds change so quickly?
Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, the transformation in attitudes toward gay people stands out among social movements, researchers say.
June 08, 2019
Why are some places gay-friendly and not others?
Attitudes towards gay people are more tolerant in some countries, but others buck the trend.
May 29, 2019
Fear of LGBT-inclusive lessons harks back to 80s, says Peter Tatchell
Veteran campaigner rounds on government for lack of guidance to schools after Birmingham parent protests
May 28, 2019
Hong Kong’s MTR Corp and Airport Authority to display Cathay Pacific same-sex ad after LGBT outcry
Reversals came less than 24 hours after advertisement featuring a gay couple holding hands on a beach was banned by the two transport operators.
May 21, 2019
Alok Vaid-Menon challenges gender norms in NYC
Alok Vaid-Menon , a 27-year-old transgender performance artist, who prefers to be referred to by the pronoun "they," has had their identity challenged all their lives.
May 21, 2019
"60 Minutes" to profile life-saving work of Rainbow Railroad
May 19, 2019
These photographs lift the lid on Taipei’s growing, energetic drag scene
This series from the latest issue of Banana magazine shines a light onto a flourishing, colourful corner of Asia’s drag community
May 11, 2019
LGBT in the Persian Gulf: Hiding is crucial
Arbitrary detention of LGBT people, laws against same-sex intimacy, social prejudice and hate speech in the media are commonplace in Persian Gulf countries. In this article, Nazeeha Saeed provides an overview of the treatment of LGBT citizens of Arab countries on the Persian Gulf . The article is published here courtesy of ILGA, the International …
May 03, 2019
Event for Brazil's Bolsonaro defies corporate backing of LGBT rights
Marriott International and major Wall Street banks have been among the most vocal defenders of LGBT rights, but sponsorship of an event honoring Brazil's new president, Jair Bolsonaro, who has made controversial comments about the LGBT community, calls into question their previous actions and statements.
May 01, 2019
OPINION: Global companies must ensure diversity policies are implemented in every country
A staff member at the Sheraton Lagos Hotel, Nigeria said I was disgracing myself for being a man who is married to man
April 29, 2019
VIDEO: From Brunei to Canada, a LGBT story
Nineteen year-old transgender refugee Zoella Zayce fled to Canada in 2018 from Brunei, which this month introduced the death penalty for homosexuality. This is her story, in her words.
April 19, 2019
Indian lawyers who fought the country’s battle for LGBT rights among Times’ 100 most influential people in the world
Menaka Guruswamy and Arundhati Katju have been featured in the Time Magazine’s list of 100 most influential people in the world. They argued that discrimination on the basis of sexuality and its expression is against fundamental human rights.
April 18, 2019

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