The Northern Ireland Assembly will debate marriage equality on April 29.
Ethiopia has reversed course on its plan to make homosexuality an unpardonable offense, stating that it’s “not a serious crime.”
A federal judge has agreed to Ohio’s request to put a stay on his order to recognize same-sex marriages from out of the state.
The Republic of Malta is now the first European country to include protections for transgender people in its constitution.
A bill that would have banned the use of gay “cure” therapy on minors was struck down in Illinois in a 54 to 44 vote in the House of Representatives.
The Turkish government has announced that it plans to build segregated prisons for gay prisoners, alarming LGBT rights advocates, who say that it would only increase homophobia within the already unfriendly country.
A transgender woman, former police officer Paula Sophia of Oklahoma, is running to be the eighty-eighth District Representative after spending twenty-two years on the Oklahoma City police force, from which she retired on April 13, 2014 to begin her campaign in politics.
A judge in Ohio has ruled in favor of four same-sex couples suing to force the state to recognize their out-of-state marriages.
Pride parades have now been banned in Crimea due to Russia’s anti-gay laws.
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.