Mozambique takes a step forward as they make LGBT relationships legal.
In July 2015, California will become the first state to ensure that transgender peoples’ death certificates are accurate regarding their gender.
Nationwide marriage equality officially became the law of the land in the US on June 26, 2015—but in practice, not everyone is complying.
The Supreme Court has declared that marriage is a constitutional right for all couples.
Hillary Clinton has released a new video, titled simply “Equal,” in support of granting all couples the freedom to marry.
Federal health insurance will now include transition costs for transgender employees.
The Mexican Supreme Court has issued a decree effectively legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.
Ireland set a historical precedent by legalizing marriage equality in a nationwide voter referendum.
Chile's civil union bill has been signed into law, granting same-sex couples many of the legal rights of marriage.