Clair Farley on the the San Francisco LGBT Center's inspiration, successes, and challenges in economic justice.
For the first time a French court has recognized a "neutral gender" on official forms.
Transgender troops will finally be able to serve openly in the military come May 2016.
Argentina has lifted its ban on blood donations from men who have sex with men (MSM), effective immediately.
The next big obstacle for LGBT rights in the US: religious exemption laws.
A same-sex marriage bill has been introduced to Australia’s parliament for a second reading and debate.
A number of same-sex couples have challenged the Philippines' ban on marriage equality by applying for licenses.
On August 3, the Pentagon will begin work on creating policies for the US military that allow transgender soldiers to serve openly.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that Italy’s lack of legal recognition for same-sex couples is a human rights violation.