The legal challenge to Oregon’s ban on marriage equality began as scheduled on April 23—without the intervention of the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage (NOM).
The Supreme Court of India announced on Tuesday, April 22 that it plans to hear an appeal of its December 2013 decision to reinstate its sodomy law.
Brunei’s new law authorizing death by stoning for gay people has been officially delayed because, according to the Brunei Times, the head of state and government Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah is in Singapore and the government wants to await his return.
On April 21, the office of Houston, Texas mayor Annise Parker released a completed draft of the city’s proposed Human Rights Ordinance, a bill many LGBT activists have been anticipating for a long time.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) have put their support behind House Bill 2571, which would put a special desk in every police station in the country meant specifically for helping LGBT crime victims.
A judge who will soon make an important decision regarding marriage equality in the US raised some very important questions regarding whether Oklahoma can legally uphold its ban on April 17.
For the first time, LGBT rights are having an impact on politics in India.
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.”
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.